It has been almost a week since the Israeli airstrike on a Syrian convoy allegedly delivering anti-aircraft weapons to Hezbollah. Syria and Iran continue to fume about the incident and have upped the rhetoric on the possibility of retaliatory action.
Conflicting reports of an Israeli air strike inside Syrian territory have caught many in the region by surprise.
It’s an honor to have been asked once again to address this important annual conference on U.S.-Arab relations. The theme of this year’s discussion is “transition within constancy.” I confess I’m still trying to figure out what that means. My best guess is that it’s something like “progre
Analysts at the Middle East Policy Council’s 67th Capitol Hill Conference titled “Israel, Turkey & Iran in a Changing Arab World” addressed how the national interests of these three nations have been affected by the ongoing political upheavals in the broader Middle East, particularly the chal
Lebanon is once again in the news as the Special Tribunal for Lebanon issued indictments for four individuals suspected to have participated in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Lost in the news barrage on Egypt are two important developments elsewhere in the region: the scheduling of new elections in West Bank and Gaza and the attempt to create a Hezbollah-led government in Lebanon.