Regions / Libya
The U.S.-Cuba deal proved the value of discreet, informal diplomacy. No shortage of other peace processes could begin the same way.
Such a vacuum has enabled the Islamic State to become a magnet for unemployed young men throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
City by city, state by state, the Middle East is being laid to waste — and then we’re bombing the rubble.
That is, if concern for the fate of fellow tyrants like Syrian President Assad makes him a sensitive guy.
A post-Paris “Clash of Civilizations”? It’s the Islamic State’s Dream, and Marco Rubio agrees.
The former secretary of state could shatter the glass ceiling for women, but she'd leave the old boys' military-industrial complex intact.
If Europe and the United States would take a deep breath they would find that they could handle one million refugees.
French intelligence plotted to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi to horn in on Libya’s oil and to provide access for French businesses.
If we continue to think about the Islamic State as a force to be fought on the battlefield, its second year will be worse than its first.
European nations are considering military intervention in Libya to halt illicit migration.