It’s a murky business. But the President can again prove his diplomatic skill
Are Erdogan’s efforts to apprehend members of the Gulenist movement really so different from what the Saudis are alleged to have done?
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi has piled pressure on Vince McMahon
The dissident’s fate says a lot about Saudi Arabia and the rise of the mobster state
American sanctions are forcing companies worldwide to choose between Iran and the US
Unlike their liberal cousins in America, Jews in Israel much prefer the Donald to his predecessor
The President recognises the political utility of pretending he has instituted a hard philosophical break from prior administrations
There are ominous signs that the regime is planning a chemical attack
Another foreign policy item bites the dust
The two share an uncanny ability to connect on almost a metaphysical level with the fears and resentments of their voters.
He tweets about millionaire American athletes while Tehran burns.
Yasmeena Ali fled the Taliban as a child — now she’s an adult film star.
Post-Vietnam, the US has acted militarily like the proverbial school-yard bully, picking fights only with the weaklings who can’t fight back.
The diary of the former British Foreign Secretary.
The president who campaigned on extricating Washington from wars in the Middle East seems intent on starting a fresh one.
If we learned anything from the so-called Arab Spring, it’s that the victors in that part of the world are never the pro-Western ones we bet on.