Did the killing of the U.S. ambassador a year ago cast a curse on the city he loved?
It's not just about chemical weapons -- it's about stopping a brutal dictator's war.
As Egypt's military government cracks down on the Muslim Brotherhood with unprecedented force, the defiant are going underground.
As we mark the anniversary of the death of Chris Stevens, there are some in Washington who'd like to turn the drones loose on Benghazi. Here's why that would be a bad idea.
Eastern Europe's lesson for the countries of the Arab Spring: economic reform is best served quickly.
The sectarian and political camps across the Arab world are violently divided on Syria. Could a U.S. bombing campaign bring them together?
The U.S. media continue to tiptoe around the horrors of war. It's time to put more violence on TV.
How do Syria’s rebels feel about a U.S. bombing campaign against Assad?
Why Obama's walking a thin tightrope getting the public on board for a Syrian intervention.
As Syria shows, the Responsibility to Protect hasn't delivered. Time to try something new?
A doctor reports from the front lines of Bashar al-Assad's war on civilians.
Obama’s “limited” strikes are just the prelude to massive intervention in the Middle East. And Congress shouldn’t fall for it.
Kosovo's foreign minister calls for an international intervention to halt the killing in Syria.
And lost its leverage everywhere.
As the body count rises in Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood insists it will stick to non-violent resistance. But even its members admit that they can't convince everyone to go along with the plan.
Is the turbulent Middle East bringing Sunni and Shiite jihadists together, or driving them to war?
As Egyptian authorities use brute force to disperse two pro-Morsy sit-ins, protesters vow to resist the crackdown until the bitter end.
Photos of one of Egypt's most deadly days since the revolution. Warning: Some images are graphic.
Why a small town in Libya refuses to give up custody of the revolution’s most high-profile prisoner.