The Saudi-UAE cold war with Iran has been a hot war for most of the Middle East. Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Yemen bare the brutal scars of outside powers competing for influence.
The House of Saud rules the country right now, but if Saudi Arabia wants to keep it that way, it will have to correct its course.
While the world is focused on an array of conflicts, Ukraine simmers ominously in the background.
With the West in disarray, Kosovo is finding out that its territorial integrity is up for grabs.
Abdel Fatah el Sisi's fragile authoritarian rule does not have space for popular acclamations. In Sisi's world, Egyptians' enthusiasm for Mohamed Salah is masked resentment towards the governing elite.
The plight of refugees under Italy's right wing government is only getting worse.
Sweden, long assumed to be safe from the draw of populism sweeping across Europe, is now on the cusp of its own populist dawn.
Opaque unaccountable resistance within the White House removes any semblance of democratic accountability and only confirms Trump's suspicion of a vast conspiracy working against him.
When a national museum burns down, a country's sense of self goes up in flames with it.
Is anywhere safe anymore? Dalia Azim dismantles the paradoxes of fear and xenophobia towards the Arab world as an American introducing Egypt to her children for the first time.
The death of Jalaluddin Haqqani is not operationally significant, but the man's life contains within it the story of the last three decades of war in Afghanistan.
As America makes one concession after another to Israel, is it any wonder Israel doesn't seek peace with the Palestinians?
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