Dozens of wars, endless peace negotiations, terrorism and oil: The Middle East is a tinderbox of competing national and international interests beset by religious strife. The top international interests include stabilizing Iraq's fledgling democracy and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Israel's Crisis of Democracy "Netanyahu's Party Consists Primarily of Extremist Ideologues"
Anatomy of an Uprising The Women of Iran Have Had Enough
Witness, Defendant, Deserter Case in Germany Raises Questions about How to Try Assad's Atrocities
Bibi's Last Act A Look Back at Israel’s Longest-Serving Prime Minister
Escalation in the Middle East "It’s the First Time I Have Been Afraid of my Neighbors"
Voices from Gaza "No Place Here Offers Protection"
Germany's Foreign Minister on the Future of Trans-Atlantic Relations "We Have Waited a Long Time for This"
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan "India Is a Fascist State, Inspired by the Nazis"
Yemen’s Houthi Rebel Leader “The Americans Label Anyone Who Opposes Their Policy as Terrorists”
Deeply Wounded City A Portrait of Beirut After the Explosion
Israeli Annexation Plans The West Bank Faces a New Reckoning
Jordan's King Abdullah II “The Danger of People Starving to Death Is Greater than the Danger from the Virus”
The Tuk-Tuk Revolution Protesters in Iraq Face Down State Violence
Wolfgang Ischinger on Northern Syria German Defense Minister's Proposal 'Deserves Recognition'
The Triumph of the Autocrats What the Syrian Debacle Means for the Middle East and Europe
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