With the Islamic State in retreat, the United States needs a civilian-focused strategy to help Iraqis forge a peaceful path forward.
Twelve months into Trump’s presidency, America is more isolated and less safe.
There may be some room for meaningful parliamentary action under the vastly expanded executive power of the new Turkish presidential system.
As the United States and Jordan enter the next phase of bilateral counterterrorism cooperation, they should work together to continue to strengthen Jordan’s security services.
Congress must debate the wars and Trump’s lack of fitness before any consideration of war authority.
This week, Michele and Igor are joined by Hollywood producer Scott Budnick and Sen. Chris Murphy.
The United States should choose a pragmatic path forward to ensure the strict implementation of the nuclear agreement and counter Iran’s destabilizing policies.
The Trump administration should not walk away from a decade of U.S. investment in Lebanon’s armed forces and counterterrorism institutions, which remain on the front line of the campaign against the Islamic State.
President Trump owes the American people more direct answers about what his new strategy actually includes, and what it hopes to achieve, before considering sending more young men and women into battle.
Battlefield victories will prove short-lived without a more focused strategy to tackle terrorist ideology.
It is time for the EU to take a hard-line approach when it comes to human rights and democracy within Turkey and, at the same time, more strongly emphasize continued engagement.
The new crown prince will reinforce recent changes in Saudi policies with wide-ranging ramifications for his country, the Middle East, and the United States.
The United States has leverage and should use it to stop the tragedy unfolding in detention centers in Yemen.
Here’s why Americans should care about what’s happening with the tiny Gulf emirate.
Trump’s national security adviser may have pushed to delay a key military offensive against the Islamic State because it would upset Turkey, without revealing that he was on Turkey’s payroll throughout the campaign.