Brian Katulis writes about how President Barack Obama can repair his reputation on foreign policy.
Issue Brief The Obama administration needs to launch a comprehensive strategy for the region and prepare for the possible targeted use of force in Iraq to halt the rise of a new terrorist group that could threaten America.
Report A new era of extremism, sectarianism, and competition between regional powers requires the United States to update its regional strategy.
Report As Jordan wrestles with the effects of the Arab uprisings and the Syrian civil war, the United States should support the country’s political and economic reform.
Brian Katulis writes about the U.S. response to continued militancy in the Middle East.
Brian Katulis writes on why President Barack Obama should be paying attention to Libya.
Brian Katulis writes on President Barack Obama's commencement address at West Point.
There is no doubt about who will win Egypt’s upcoming presidential election, but what the next president will do—and whether Egypt will stabilize—remains unclear.
Meet the Jordanian cleric who's sending young men to fight and die in Syria's civil war.
Today’s progressives are often as muddled in their thinking about U.S. involvement in the world as conservatives are divided.
Report This report examines intra-Islamist debates on political change and the battle of ideas against violent extremism in North Africa.
Brian Katulis discusses recent policy changes that symbolize a shift in regional strategy for Saudi Arabia.
Report This report provides a snapshot of current trends among Islamists in Egypt, offers an overview of the enduring weaknesses and divisions in the country, and recommends how the United States can address one of the most important strategic priorities in the Middle East.
Brian Katulis on what President Barack Obama should do to advance his national security agenda.
Report The United States needs to offer a clearer choice about the future of the U.S.-Egypt bilateral relationship.