A Syrian official goes on trial this week for war crimes. His defense centers on the rebels who helped him defect—and now want nothing to do with him.
After the assassination of its high-ranking general, Iran has successfully doubled down on its regional military strategy.
As protests against a new citizenship law sweep the country, signs that the authorities are condoning and even instigating violence have India’s Muslims alarmed.
The two sides smiled for the cameras at their historic ceremony in Doha, but they couldn’t hide why they've been enemies for decades.
Lebanon and Iraq are rising up against constitutions that have empowered religious factions—and enabled their corruption.
Germans welcomed an unprecedented number of Middle Easterners into their country—but not always into their workplaces.
By threatening collective punishment over Lebanon’s most disruptive force, Washington is weakening the rest of its society.
The latest issue to divide the EU is whether to recognize the legitimacy of Syria’s dictator and help him rebuild his country.