When the dust finally settles in Gaza, the battle will head to the courtroom.
How the last of Israel's founding fathers went from "Mr. Security" to become his country's most prominent dove.
Before ISIS stomped Mosul and turned Iraq upside down, it slowly crushed its enemies to death in Raqqa.
Why the international community could be on the cusp of a humanitarian breakthrough in the Syrian conflict.
Why ongoing and close ties between Pyongyang's and Tehran's nuclear programs are cause for concern.
Technology is connecting people all over the world, giving them new power and a stronger voice. But is it making government any better?
Why Israel can no longer let the Palestinian Authority be responsible for security in Judea and Samaria.
Can Netanyahu really demilitarize the Strip without making Hamas a partner?
Israel takes no joy in another round of hostilities with Hamas in Gaza, but it is a fight born of necessity.
Cairo has never been a mediator between Israel and Palestine -- and today's regime actually benefits from the Gaza invasion.
For Gaza’s young and ambitious, the ongoing war is just another one of life’s many challenges.
Gaza's residents, under a constant barrage of Israeli bombs, are being told to evacuate to stay safe. If they could escape, they would.
Neither Israel nor Hamas can win in Gaza, but the biggest loser is the Palestinian Authority.
Israel's late-night assault shows the past week's attempts at talks were a sham all along.
Why collateral damage undoes the best-laid plans of "limited" war makers.
Why the United States can't budge on allowing Iran to build more centrifuges.
The only way to reach a nuclear deal with Iran is to accept that Iran will be able to go nuclear.
The two warring actors may hate each other, but they can't seem to live without each other either.
Why the Obama administration keeps making the same mistakes over and over.