Regions / Middle East & North Africa
As the United States escalates the war in Afghanistan, poets speak out.
The story of the determined, long-term nonviolent resistance of many Palestinian villagers to the loss of their lands, striking as it may be, is seldom told.
An assessment of what Obama said -- and what he didn't say.
The tragic effects of the policies that motivate those abroad to attack U.S. soldiers have finally hit home in a direct and devastating way.
Morocco might have a better record on domestic reforms than its neighbors, but that's no excuse to ignore its recent retreat on human rights.
A House resolution on the Goldstone report represents Bush's foreign policy legacy.
Engaging Iran provides an American blessing upon the shattered hopes of millions of Iranians.
Despite the belligerent talk from Western media, Iran is responding to internal and external pressure more than you think.
Mending relations with the Muslim world will take more than words.
In this new book, Ray Takeyh argues for engaging Iran rather than isolating it.