If John Kerry wants to make peace in the Middle East, he's going to need some Kissinger mojo.
It's already time to start planning for what happens if the Middle East peace talks fall apart.
The cynics may not believe it, but Kerry's push to get Israelis and Palestinians talking could actually work.
If the United States wants its Middle East mojo back, it's going to have to pay to play.
Forget Egypt and Syria. Israel-Palestine is still issue No. 1 in the Middle East.
How to tell if John Kerry's efforts with the Israelis and the Palestinians are actually going anywhere.
Will conflict in the Middle East trigger the next great power war?
America's next U.N. ambassador was once under fire from Jewish groups. Then she met Shmuley.
Since when is the Arab world opposed to entrepreneurship? Since Israel started promoting it.
Is Ron Dermer too right wing to win friends and influence "allies" in the White House?
As the streets of Cairo erupt in chaos, Jerusalem wonders if the military can set things right again.
Why is John Kerry shuttling around trying to kick-start a Middle East peace process that no one wants?
Turning 90, Shimon Peres talks peace, politics, and the limits of leadership.
The new prime minister in Ramallah is a political novice -- and that's exactly why President Mahmoud Abbas chose him.
A new reality television competition is booming in Beirut and Ramallah: democratic politics.
I wrote a book about 1979, but I left out the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel. Here’s why.
I co-wrote the Arab Peace Initiative. And I doubt Kerry's good-faith attempt to revive it will succeed.
In an exclusive conversation with Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas chief talks about how Assad should have listened to his advice, and why he’s not “bloodthirsty” or “against” Jews.
When progress in the Middle East seems more in reach than a Washington that works.
Five reasons Obama can’t will his way into fixing the Middle East -- even if he wanted to.
From Boston to Israel, radicals are attempting to destroy Western culture.
Secretary of State John Kerry thinks he can singlehandedly solve the world's most intractable problems. But will President Obama even let him try?
With Salam Fayyad's forced resignation, President Mahmoud Abbas has eliminated his political rivals in the West Bank.
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad never had a chance to meet the outlandishly high expectations placed on him by his international boosters.