Humanitarian workers chronicle Syria's suffering -- but withhold key details on who is at fault.
Why Democrats beating Tehran down with additional sanctions and zero enrichment guarantees could backfire, badly.
Why the Middle East's identity conflicts go way beyond the Sunni-Shiite divide.
On the streets of the West Bank, the conspiracy theories about Arafat’s death are everywhere. But does anyone really care anymore?
Why has the Obama administration given up on speaking truth to the military rulers in Cairo?
Why even dangerous demographics and the receding horizon of peace won't dim the lights in Jerusalem.
Yad Vashem is not biased against Tunisian Arabs that saved Jews' lives during the Holocaust.
Shoe-throwing, tirades, and the general chaos at Mohamed Morsy's first day in court.
The U.S. says it was hunting militants on August 8. The dead boys' brother has a different story.
Not quite. But the question is whether anyone really wants to help.
Seven ways the House of Saud could make things very unpleasant for Washington.
And, if so, is it even worth keeping?
UNHCR’s representative to Lebanon talks to Foreign Policy about the worsening refugee crisis that threatens to stretch the country to a breaking point.
Could the world's go-to strategy of warehousing the displaced finally be changing?
And why all the hard-won gains of the surge are in grave danger of being lost today.
What Iraq's implosion can teach us about Afghanistan's future.
If Washington launched targeted strikes everywhere its 'partners' asked it to, the war on terror would be totally out of control.
The Syrian regime is blocking delivery of vital food, medical, and humanitarian aid. And with winter coming, thousands of lives hang in the balance.
As the new season of his show premieres, Bassem Youssef tries to find humor in military rule.
A 1983 terror attack caught the U.S. with its eyes closed. It swore to keep watching and watching and watching.
Why won't Israel's Holocaust memorial recognize the righteous Arabs that saved Jews from the Nazis?
Polio is back from the brink of extinction -- ravaging the battlefields of Syria and spreading across the Middle East.
Why the U.S. and Saudi Arabia are increasingly at odds.
Think Israel wouldn't strike Iran's nukes in defiance of America's wishes? Think again.
Baghdad could be the key to unlocking the region's worst conflicts -- if only it could get its own house in order.