OPEC’s Control Over Global Oil Prices Slips Away

In a competitive oil market with regional rivalries, OPEC members fail to coordinate production levels
Chris Miller
April 26, 2016

Treating ISIS as Cancer

The Obama administration compares ISIS to cancer, and the analogy offers insights into defeating the extremists
Bennett Ramberg
April 21, 2016

Modi’s Middle East Outreach

With visits to Saudi Arabia and UAE, Modi aims to position India globally so as to isolate Pakistan
Harsh V. Pant
March 31, 2016

Russia Achieves Tactical Success in the Middle East, But No Strategic Victory

Russia needs good ties with the West more than short-term gains in Ukraine and Syria
Thomas Graham
March 1, 2016

Russia’s Syrian Intervention Gives the West a Chance to Re-Engage Turkey

As Russia intervenes in Syria, the West could improve ties with defense, energy and refugee assistance for Turkey
Marc Grossman
February 11, 2016

Iran Nuclear Deal Fuels Tension With Saudi Arabia Inflaming New Conflicts

The Iran nuclear deal was supposed to ease tensions, but Saudi Arabia seems frantic to antagonize its rival
Mohammed Ayoob
January 19, 2016

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The Hopes for Peace and Palestinian Statehood Fade Away

Israel counts on the United States to shield it from criticism
January 6, 2017

Analysis: Understanding the UN Resolution on Israeli Settlements: What Are the Immediate Ramifications?

US abstention isolates Israel and Netanyahu
Barak Ravid
December 26, 2016

Crackdown in Turkey Threatens a Haven of Gender Equality Built by the Kurds

The West does not view the Kurds as terrorists
Rod Nordland
December 26, 2016

Erdogan: “No Doubt” Russian Envoy's Killer Linked to Gulen

Turkey’s president is on edge
December 21, 2016

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