There will never be peace in the Holy Land until Hamas is totally disarmed.
The psychology behind Israel's Gaza war and the truce that followed.
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.
Israel doesn't want to wipe out Hamas, and putting it in a corner will only backfire.
Can 297 victims of Hamas terrorist attacks in the Second Intifada find justice in a New York court?
Turkey's support for Hamas agents who tried to topple Mahmoud Abbas's Palestinian Authority is putting Erdogan in a pickle.
This president isn't weak and waffling. He's calculating, coldhearted, and decisive when it counts.
As Israel and the Palestinians struggle to reach yet another cease-fire, the mediators in Cairo are making the conflict worse -- and empowering radicals in the process.
In the ruins of the Strip, the devastation has spared no one.
The U.N. is going to determine if Hamas and Israel committed war crimes in Gaza. Even if they did, what can the U.N. do about it?
From Gaza to Libya to Iraq, Egypt's new strongman is developing a foreign policy based on repression and stability.
For the hard-line brigades in Gaza, a cease-fire is only a temporary reprieve from a battle that never ends.
As strikes resume, the battered Palestinians of the Strip don’t want Hamas to give up the fight.
Iran claims to be Palestine’s biggest proponent. So why has Tehran been silent on Gaza?
Every time the U.S. touches the Middle East, it makes things worse. It's time to walk away and not look back.
Hamas will dig out from under the rubble and the world will remember the image of four boys killed on a beach.
With a cease-fire holding, a battered Hamas now begins its battle with enemies within for control over the future of the Strip.
How Israel’s hawks intimidated and silenced the last remnants of the anti-war left.
It's time to stop treating Turkey and Qatar like they’re anything other than proxies for terrorists.
Ending this war in Gaza begins with recognizing Hamas as a legitimate political actor.
With Gaza in flames, can Mahmoud Abbas keep a lid on a smoldering West Bank?
It's going to be a long fight -- but Hamas has weathered the Israeli barrage thus far. And that counts as a win.
During a lull in the fighting, Gaza’s residents returned to assess the damage and came away without hope.
By cutting Israel off from the world for 36 hours, the FAA and the White House gave Hamas exactly what it wanted.