The Syrian regime launches an attempt to retake the opposition’s last remaining stronghold in the north.
The Saudis would need to start holding people accountable if complicity in the 2001 attacks were revealed.
The United States have little in common with the royals of Saudi Arabia but they are the lesser of evils.
A proposed government of national accords continues to win recognition. It will have its work cut out for it.
Leaders who hope to reunify Libya continue to win recognition, but one faction is holding out in Tobruk.
The threat the self-declared caliphate poses to the West does not warrant a larger response.
Independence for the Kurds could destabilize Iraq’s neighbors and upset long-standing alliances.
The intervention managed to keep Bashar Assad in power, but Russia is not out of the woods yet.