Islamists in East Africa were supposed to be on the run. But the raids and spy flights keep increasing.
Forget Egypt and Syria. Israel-Palestine is still issue No. 1 in the Middle East.
The Pakistani Taliban aren't headed off to fight in Syria. They're gearing up for an epic war at home.
Why U.S. tech firms that help dictators restrict the Internet need to be held to account.
Massacring unarmed protestors is more common than you might think -- and governments often get away with it.
As the streets of Cairo erupt in chaos, Jerusalem wonders if the military can set things right again.
A scary virus is sweeping Saudi Arabia. Six million religious pilgrims are about to descend on the country from across the world. The result could be disastrous.
Egypt is on the brink -- not of something better than the old Mubarak dictatorship, but of something even worse.
Many commentators are hailing the results of the Iranian presidential election as a victory for popular choice. But that feel-good narrative misses the bigger story.
Of all the Arab Spring countries, little Tunisia is the one that's making the most progress toward full-fledged democracy.
It's becoming clear that it will take more than one chaotic weekend to derail Prime Minister Erdogan's plans.
Has the government of Prime Minister Erdogan finally succumbed to the authoritarian impulses that doomed so many other Turkish leaders before him?
Sunni-Shiite hatreds are the least of the Middle East's problems -- it's the struggle within the Sunni world that will define the region for years to come.
What we know about the Syrian rebel commander captured on video ripping out and eating the heart of a pro-Assad fighter.
Why Syria could turn out to be Iran's Vietnam -- not America's.
Is Pakistan's once and likely future prime minister someone the United States can work with?
A conversation with the mother of the Tsarnaevs.
Russians weren't paying much attention to their own war on terror. But that was before the attacks in Boston.
Why the United States should walk carefully and move slowly when it comes to reform in Bahrain.
Al Qaeda makes it official: The terror group is trying to extend its medieval rule from Baghdad to Damascus.
The competing forces in Iran's political system are poised to collide in this summer's presidential election.