The new international agency UN Women should move quickly to back the Saudi women’s rights movement.
Domestic workers in Saudi Arabia tell their horrific stories.
The International Olympic Committee should put its money where its mouth is when it comes to women and sports.
Bin Laden’s latest threat prompted the release of WikiLeaks cables on his rise.
Tunisia is not the only democracy movement in the Muslim world, but will the United States provide consistent support to them all?
The United States is more interested in access to energy sources than fighting terrorism.
Despite an unusual dip in global weapons sales in 2009, the United States retained its spot as the world’s top arms supplier of developing countries, according to an authoritative new report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS).
Is Arab-Iran animosity underestimated or overhyped?
New dynamics in the Middle East are defining a new chapter in Iran-Saudi relations.
To contain Iran, the administration is on the verge of upping the arms ante in the Middle East, and the Dems are giving it a pass.
With his preference for diplomacy over militarism, we must neither be naïve about Barack Obama’s limitations nor cynical about his potential.
Iran is on the hot seat these days while the threat from Saudi Arabia is ignored.
Like a gambling addict who has to keep betting more to cover his previous losses, the Bush administration’s recently announced plan to provide some $65 billion worth of advanced weapons to Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel over the next 10 years represents a reckless, poorly considered attempt to mitigate the consequences of its ill considered invasion of Iraq.
U.S. policies of divide and rule in the Middle East, explains FPIF columnist Conn Hallinan, are now exploding in our faces.
In the upcoming U.S. elections, will voters be eyeing the price of gas or the gathering storm over Iran?