U.S.. foreign policy
Bad newspaper headlines aside, it’s been a pretty good century for the Zionists
The United States sees an ally in a regime that is too predatory—and too weak—to be a reliable foreign-policy partner
A bold new freight railway bypassing the Suez Canal may annoy Egypt and the United States, but that’s not the goal
What a unity government bringing together Hamas with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party means
The ‘ancient’ griffin—given by the U.S. to Iranian President Rouhani—probably doesn’t date back to earlier than 1999
In the chaos of the 2003 war, remnants of a once-thriving Jewish past were saved (or stolen?) by America. Where do they belong?
Why the Russian president has every reason to cross Barack Obama’s “red line” on Syria, and elsewhere in the Middle East
Why Putin believes U.S. policies in the Middle East since the Arab Spring have been misguided, unprincipled, and dangerous
Who owns the widespread and influential new Arab media, source of much of our news about the region?
Agents of Influence: With the nation divided, in turmoil, and lacking hope for peaceful prosperity, a Middle East neighbor has reason to fear
The last time China and the Jewish state drew close, the United States drove them apart. Now there’s even more at stake.
Al-Monitor, a D.C.-based website, publishes Washington bigwigs, Israeli columnists, and, worryingly, Hezbollah-aligned writers