Activists in Syria despair that the country's economic capital has yet to join the revolution. But the regime's growing use of violence could tip the city over the edge.
Amr Moussa is nothing if not a political survivor. As he prepares to contend Egypt's upcoming presidential election, he talks to Foreign Policy about his views toward Israel, the military's role in politics, and Obama's first term in office.
A series of CIA memos describes how Israeli Mossad agents posed as American spies to recruit members of the terrorist organization Jundallah to fight their covert war against Iran.
The fate of a senior Hezbollah commander captured in Iraq raises questions about what the United States accomplished in Mesopotamia -- and the future of its shadow war with Iran.
Turkey is redoubling its efforts to end the suffering of the Somali people. The world should follow.
Fears of an Iranian takeover in Bahrain resemble some of the worst paranoia from the Cold War.
A royal decree allowing women the right to vote can't hide the decay in the House of Saud.
The mood in Tahrir Square may be gloomy, but Egypt is right where it should be.
The tenuous relationship between Egypt and Israel is going up in flames.
The Arab Spring takes photojournalist Kate Brooks to Cairo to witness the protests that toppled President Hosni Mubarak. She then heads to Libya, where the rebel forces were fighting a seesaw battle with Muammar al-Qaddafi's forces along the coastal highway in the east. This is the final installment of a three-part series that features her work from Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, and Libya.
Persistent divisions and a brutal crackdown have prevented Syria's dissidents from presenting a united front against the Assad regime.
America's most famous talk-show host brings his brand of chutzpah to Jerusalem. Are Israelis listening?
Ali Farzat, one of the Arab world's most famous satirists, was assaulted on the streets of Damascus today. Here are some of the drawings that landed him in the hospital.
Post-revolution score-settling between the native Bedouin and Egypt's security services has brought chaos to the Sinai Peninsula.
Look on the bright side, America: Downgrading your global ambitions could make you a healthier and happier nation.
Assassinations, Islamist rumblings, and murky tribal politics are taking the luster off life in the rebel capital.
Look beyond the cage. The problems facing Hosni Mubarak’s trial lie elsewhere.
Turkey's general staff has resigned in anger, leaving the civilian government as the apparent winners. But, with a military prone to coups, is trouble still lurking?
And why their rapprochement could mean an early end for the Arab Spring.
By targeting Syria's energy sector, the United States can hit President Bashar al-Assad where it really hurts -- his pocketbook.
Tunisia's revolution came quickly and suddenly, but there's still much work to be done in the underdeveloped and long-neglected birthplace of the Arab Spring.
Let's be clear. There can be no real democratic reform in Bashar al-Assad's Syria.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is fighting for his political survival. But that doesn't mean his clerical enemies will be the winners.
The West's lofty expectations for Salam Fayyad went far beyond what he was ever able to deliver.