Lebanon’s peaceful revolution faces being crushed by Iran-backed Hezbollah terrified of a new Middle East politics.
For all of their original home country’s great history and culture, and the beauty of its landscapes, Lebanon remains a destiny of desire for emigrants, but no more.
Hezbollah may choose to focus on its all-important goal of securing Lebanese-Syrian relations, at the expense of the Houthis in Yemen.
The world is on notice: We are facing a looming humanitarian crisis.
In Syria, once again, rape is being used as a weapon of war. What can be done?
If the classic film Casablanca were made today, it would be set in Dubai.
Why are the parallels between Cairo today and Constantinople a century ago all too obvious and disturbing?
Is United Nations peacekeeping fading away as a result of budget cuts — or are we just settling into a new normal?
Could reaching an agreement on these disputed territories give the peace process the push it desperately needs?
What kind of restrictions were placed on the Polish people in 1983?