Only in the warped logic of the Islamic Republic would the Bulgaria attack make sense.
Benjamin Netanyahu's once-formidable coalition is crumbling. Here's how his political opponents can win back power.
For Middle East peace, it's the only game in town.
The 2000 peace talks at Camp David offer three key lessons on how not to solve the world's most intractable conflict.
Al Jazeera's new investigation into the not-so-mysterious death of Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat is little more than baseless speculation.
Egypt's new president may be no moderate, but he deserves a chance to prove he's no enemy.
Israel's top court may be tough on settlements, but only a change in policies will solve a worsening crisis.
The Palestinians are having another go at the United Nations. Will this time be as disastrous as the last?
The United States isn't the only country where judges aren't exactly above the political fray.
The Arab-Israeli peace process has never been more irrelevant to developments in the Middle East.
Israel's threats to Iran are making matters worse. If anyone is going to attack, it better be the U.S.
Are the sons of the Palestinian president growing rich off their father's system?
Cutting Iran's link to the Mediterranean Sea is a strategic prize worth the risk.
The ayatollahs are going after a new generation of satirists. But that hasn't stopped Iran's best cartoonists-in-exile from exposing the country's deepest taboos.
An ex-president is convicted, England celebrates, and Angela Merkel feeds a penguin.
Will Israel’s prime minister turn out to be a great man, or just a great maneuverer?
Stuxnet was a monster computer virus. Flame is 20 times larger -- and it's been out there, listening, for years.
Egypt's presidential elections are keeping Israeli officials awake at night. Will their most important Arab friend soon be an enemy?
Americans are wringing their hands about the grave threat that a nuclear Iran would pose to the United States. But the numbers tell a different story.
With the stroke of a pen, a new bill in Congress could slash the number of Palestinian refugees -- and open a world of controversy.
France fetes a new president, Spanish activists take to the streets, and Ratko Mladic finally goes to trial.
Why did the president ignore the only part of the "peace process" that was working?
Does the 63-year-old alliance still matter today? We asked politicians, scholars, and other observers from both sides of the Atlantic to weigh in.
The war of words over an Israeli attack on Iran is splitting the political leadership from military and intelligence chiefs. And that dangerous divide in Jerusalem might well lead to real war.
Chen Guangcheng became an icon, demonstrators rallied for May Day, and Newt Gingrich bowed out.
The life of Benzion Netanyahu, Bibi's father, explains a lot about Israel's hawkish prime minister. But is he still fighting his dad's battles?
There's much more where this came from, but here are five terrible ideas to get us started.
The Palestinian Authority is taking aggressive new measures to squelch dissent -- and the White House is missing in action.