The threat of British jihadists can't be an excuse for the country to abandon its foundational principles.
Sotloff, Foley, and the doctors fighting Ebola are part of a vital breed of first responders demanded by a new global reality.
A few lines, buried deep in the 2015 appropriations bill, could be a nightmare for American detainees and the State Department.
Forget Hamas. The Israeli prime minister is now facing a war within his own government.
Why you can’t just throw money at problems like the Islamic State and Ukraine.
How the threat of the Islamic State could bring together the country's warring factions -- if only Barack Obama is willing to seize the opportunity.
The UAE's airstrikes in Libya represent a new and dangerous phase in its struggle with Qatar.
Buried in a Dell computer captured in Syria are lessons for making bubonic plague bombs and missives on using weapons of mass destruction.
As the United States steps away from the Middle East, its allies have tried to fill the void -- with disastrous results.
Will anyone ever outfox Putin? Why are we still using old solutions to solve the same old Middle East Problems? And where exactly are we going in Afghanistan?
Nation-building is the only thing that can fix Libya and Syria. So why has President Obama basically ruled it out?
There will never be peace in the Holy Land until Hamas is totally disarmed.
As Egypt and the UAE launch airstrikes on Tripoli, a cadre of politicians, militia leaders, and businessmen with links to both countries hopes to take advantage of a popular swell against Libya's Islamists.
The psychology behind Israel's Gaza war and the truce that followed.
The Taliban wanted to trade Bergdahl for her. The Islamic State offered to swap Foley. Why does every jihadi group want the U.S. to free Aafia Siddiqui?
An exclusive talk with former U.S. Special Envoy Martin Indyk on Israel’s new allies, the Gaza blowup, and why Washington shrugged when the peace process collapsed.
5 reasons why an expanded mission to strike James Foley's killers in Syria won't work. And why it's going to happen anyway.
Israel doesn't want to wipe out Hamas, and putting it in a corner will only backfire.
Out of the headlines but not out of action, the U.S. military is still engaged in long-forgotten interventions.
The Islamic State has conquered much of Iraq with the help of Saddam’s cronies. Now the men America once discarded could help win the country back.
A year ago, a chemical weapons attack killed hundreds of my neighbors and friends. But the greatest tragedy is Obama's refusal to punish the murderer in Damascus.
Can 297 victims of Hamas terrorist attacks in the Second Intifada find justice in a New York court?
Peshmerga and Iraqi forces cooperated long enough to wrest a vital strategic asset back from the Islamic State. But can this tense alliance last?