Regions / Middle East & North Africa
Beset by infighting among militias and rampant arms trafficking, Libya in 2014 is a cautionary tale about the long-term consequences of military intervention.
As Post-Mubarak Egypt continues its turbulent transition, the United States has been sidelined by Egypt's generals.
Seymour Hersh was called everything from a propagandist to a fascist, all by one critic — who’s not even a hard-right wingnut.
The failure of John Kerry's Israeli-Palestinian peace talks showed just how extreme U.S. policy on the conflict has become.
We are not passive objects of the surveillance state. We are active subjects of our own YouTube channels.
Just listen to its foreign minister, Javad Zarif, as profiled in the New Yorker.
Iraq's latest elections were relatively free and fair, but they won't do much to resolve the country's stark sectarian divides.
Despite the lip service given to democracy the world over, coups remain a popular last resort. Here's why.
The United States seems to have granted asylum to a terrorist as it did Nazi scientists after World War II.
Pope Francis' seemingly impromptu prayer at Israel's Apartheid Wall hinted at a radical critique of Israel in an otherwise carefully orchestrated trip.