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Middle East analysts debate how to solve Syrian civil war, at Rome conference

U.S., European, Russian and Arab analysts at a conference in Rome, while pondering the best “security architecture” for the Middle East, admitted — or at least some of them did — that talk of the nece... read more

A Spymaster Steps Out of the Shadows

Brennan served through the entire Obama presidency, first as the White House counterterrorism czar, then as director of the C.I.A. A Middle East specialist and trained ... It is the voice of a mild-ma... read more

America’s Misadventures in the Middle East

These wars have proven ruinously expensive and injurious to the civil ... the war to liberate Kuwait and as assistant secretary of defense from 1993-94. He is the author of five books, including Ameri... read more

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Civil wars and Syria: lessons from history

REUTERS/Muzaffar Salman Most of the international debate about Syria policy focuses on how to ... bode well for a country’s chances of stability in the wake of a civil war. The Syrian government, buil... read more

How Neocons Destabilized Europe

Exclusive: The neocon prescription of endless “regime change” is spreading chaos across the Middle East and now into Europe ... For the first years of the Syrian civil war, the pretense remained that ... read more

More of the Same: Democrats Constantly Undermine American Foreign Policy

Hundreds of thousands of Syrian lives lost later, the exact cause of the civil war and what America as a whole should ... into Syria weren’t so harmful to U.S. interests in the Middle East, it would h... read more

What War Photographs Leave Out

The Guardian’s headline—”Shocking Images of Drowned Syrian Boy Show Tragic Plight of Refugees”—was echoed by countless others. (The photographs also inspired a somewhat pointless social-media debate . ... read more

The Dogs Of War Are Back

The main theater of war at the moment is not the Russian geographical orbit, but, as usual, the Middle East. It appears that Israel and ... And this: This “regime factor” is crucial in the moral analy... read more

Ash Carter Is Looking to the Future. The Mideast Is Keeping Him Stuck in the Past.

Days after his confirmation by the Senate on Feb. 12, Carter flew to Afghanistan and Kuwait, where he called a gathering of top commanders and American diplomats overseeing the Middle East ... fleeing ... read more

Regime Change and Globalization Fuel Europe’s Refugee and Migrant Crisis

Drawing on the economic anxiety of the middle class, tied to fear of being ... for mass migration from Africa and the Middle East. “Only such an honest and responsible approach can lead to solving the ... read more

Amy Kellogg

Amy Kellogg currently ... in 2007 at the press conference following the release of 15 British sailors that were held captive. Kellogg has covered political as well as social topics from the region, in... read more

The Tin-Foil Hats Are Out in Turkey

These theories are diverse and colorful, and they purport to explain everything from terrorist attacks in Turkey to the Syrian civil war to economic stagnation ... pretexts for imperialist designs in ... read more

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