Regions / Saudi Arabia
As we spiral toward a confrontation between the U.S. and Iran, it’s worth reflecting on the failures to rein in U.S. aggression along the way.
Hard data shows ending our wars would be smart politics — and the first step toward repairing a moral calamity.
As Saudi Arabia slowly backpedals, we could see an end to the Yemen war, an easing of Iran’s isolation, and a reduced role for the U.S.
For all their overwhelming firepower, the U.S. and its allies can cause a lot of misery in the Middle East, but still can't govern the course of events.
Bolton’s bellicose worldview is the basic operating system of the Trump administration.
Emboldened by Donald Trump, U.S. allies are leading the charge toward greater authoritarianism in the region.
Yemeni Americans organizing against the war hope more Muslim organizations will use their platforms to end to the world's worst humanitarian disaster.
Without international diplomacy, the Middle East is going to run out of water — and it won't be alone.
A range of U.S. policies have been deliberately designed to provoke an Iranian response.
The only upside to Bolton's dangerous aggression toward Iran is that it may put him too far out in front of Trump.