European countries will go after people smugglers in the Mediterranean but hesitate to take in more asylum seekers.
The fall of Ramadi to the Islamic State marks the biggest setback for Iraq’s central government since the group took Mosul.
New evidence supports the contention that Syria only declared its outdated chemicals and lied about the rest.
The Saudis aren’t convinced by the Obama Administration’s assurances about its nuclear diplomacy with Iran.
Benjamin Netanyahu returns for a fourth term as prime minister but with the smallest possible majority.
American policy may have compelled the Arabs and Turks to set aside their differences in Syria.
Mohammad bin Salman now commands the desert kingdom’s two pillars of external power: arms and oil.
Israel’s hawkish prime minister seems to be building his most right-wing government yet.
King Salman shakes up Saudi Arabia’s top leadership three months after ascending the throne.
Having learned nothing from history, the West is trying to compel warring tribes to coexist against their will.
Saudi Arabia announces the start of a new military operation in Yemen and deploys its National Guard.
Doubts about the kingdom’s ability to meet its stated objectives in Yemen are growing.