Bloggers Cut Through Fog of War

Weblogs of US soldiers, Iraqi citizens reveal viewpoints beyond mainstream media reports from the war front
Mark Glaser
October 29, 2004

US Election and the World – Part II

Despite potential for positive change, the Middle East is wary – even fearful – of Bush's second term
Rami G. Khouri
November 10, 2004

UN Efforts in Iraq No Walk in the Park

Unlike the UN's experience in Cambodia, continuing violence and a weak government pose huge challenges to election preparations in Iraq
Benny Widyono
August 5, 2004

Gulf Security in a Globalizing World: Going beyond US Hegemony

To avoid repeating history, the US should adopt a multilateral approach and address the domestic issues at the heart of the region’s instability
Michael Kraig
June 29, 2004

Terrorists and Their Tools - Part I

Suicide bombings driven more by politics than religious zeal
Riaz Hassan
April 23, 2004

US Nation-Building Abroad – Part III

Afghanistan unlikely to meet Washington's September elections deadline
Ahmed Rashid
June 1, 2004

Yemen: The War Canada Can’t Afford to Ignore

Countries sending arms to the Middle East may care more about profits than security
Elizabeth Renzetti
August 29, 2016

How the Refugee Crisis Became Invisible

Conditions in temporary camps are inhumane
Yiannis Baboulias
August 26, 2016

Syria Jarablus: Turkish Tanks Roll Into Northern Syria

Turkish president aims at “putting an end” to problems at its border with Syria
Pinar Sevinclidir
August 24, 2016

Battle for Aleppo Carries High Stakes for Syria

Shifting allegiances among rebels complicate US strategy
Yaroslav Trofimov
August 12, 2016

Putin and Erdogan Move to Restore Russia-Turkey Ties

The two countries still back opposing sides in the Syrian war
Olesya Astakhova and Andrew Osborn
August 10, 2016