As the tables turn against Saudi Arabia in the conflict, the Americans risk being increasingly dragged in, and the Russians could follow
The US is said to be mulling military options in Syria amid deadlock at the Security Council, but that would mean lighting the fuse for World War III
The Syrian opposition is upset that the US won’t intervene militarily. But the hawks are stirring, and things could change if Hillary becomes president.
It was demeaning for Abbas to attend Peres’ funeral, and disgraceful for Obama to liken him to Mandela
It hasn’t taken long for the Egypt and Saudi Arabia’s much-hyped ‘strategic partnership’ to unravel, largely because of Syria.
If the US and its allies are serious about addressing refugee crises, they could start by putting an end to the military interventions that trigger them
The hawks in the Pentagon have sabotaged the Syrian cease-fire deal. Rather than coming to terms with Russia, the US seems intent on bogging it down.
Riyadh is desperate to block US legislation under which it could be sued for 9/11. The price may include cosying up to Israel.
The report of the UK parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee confirms that opponents of the Nato intervention in Libya were right. But is anyone learning the lessons?