Iran’s Nuclear Smuggling Legacy: Finders Keepers?

In sorting through Iran’s nuclear supplies, P5+1 must decide how to handle illegally gained materials and equipment
Leonard S. Spector
November 18, 2014

Lessons From Versailles for Today’s Middle East

Discontent and chaos in the Middle East are rooted in treaties drafted at the close of World War I
Marc Grossman and Simon Henderson
October 22, 2014

Obama Waits for Lawful Way to Fight Islamic State Terrorists

A maze of domestic and international law complicates how the US fights Islamic State terrorists
Harold Hongju Koh
September 4, 2014

Confronting Islamic State Group: Coalition of Rivals?

Sunni-Shia divide complicates US, UK uniting regional coalition to fight Islamic State terrorists
Shashank Joshi
September 2, 2014

Will Erdoğan’s Victory Mark Rise of Illiberal Democracy?

Easy win projected for Turkey’s popular prime minister – despite protests against his autocratic style
Hakan Altinay
August 7, 2014

How to Turn Off the ISIS Tap

The Muslim world must enact strict regulation of capital flows to stanch ISIS, shrink recruitment
Carol E. B. Choksy and Jamsheed K. Choksy
July 8, 2014

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Turkey’s Effort to Join the EU Is on Life Support

Erdogan could open borders for refugees
December 19, 2016

“Dear World … Why Are You Silent?”: Aleppo Residents Make Social Plea for Help

Global audiences can follow the accounts of a family or child, but can't provide protection
Tu Thanh Ha
December 15, 2016

Blame Game Starts as Aleppo's Rebels Fall

The war is not over and fighters will continue to oppose the Syrian regime
Jeremy Bowen
December 14, 2016

Syrian Rebels in Secret Talks With Moscow to End Aleppo Fighting

Such talks, if underway, sideline the United States
Erika Solomon and Geoff Dyer
December 2, 2016

UN: Aleppo Risks Becoming Giant Graveyard

UN Security Council holds emergency meeting, but threat of Russian veto prevents action
December 1, 2016

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