Women's entrepreneurship surged in Israel, and other insights from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor's report on women.
Dave Majumdar Security, Middle East Get ready, Turkey. Russia is continuing to up the ante in Syria following the downing of one of its Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer bombers by Turkey. Moscow is considering deploying about a dozen more Sukhoi...Show More Summary
Andrew Smith, a spokesman for Campaign Against Arms Trade said that One of the reasons ISIL is so well armed is because it has captured and obtained large quantities of Western arms that were originally sold to the Iraqi government.
Barack Obama speaks with Angela Merkel on the sidelines of the Paris climate summit Now that the EU has signed a tentative deal with Turkey to help it stem the flow of migrants coming from the Middle East, Brussels appears to be turning...Show More Summary
Paul R. Pillar Terrorism France United States, Europe Middle East The lethal armed attack by a troublesome drifter against a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs brings to mind two insufficiently recognized patterns about political...Show More Summary
During a foreign policy trip to the middle east, presidential candidate Ben Carson said Sunday that he thought the Jordanian facilities housing Syrian refugees were "really quite nice."
For someone who has been running for President seemingly her entire political career, Hillary Clinton raises more questions than answers when it comes to Middle East policy. It is not a lack of clarity that plagues her campaign - on the contrary, her views are crystal clear. Show More Summary
Unlike many of its neighbors, Jordan lacks the bounty of natural oil reserves. Instead, it’s home to treasures old and new: historical biblical sites attracting tourists from around the world, and a community of startups, encouraged by government policies making it easier for locals and foreigners to set up shop. [...]
From the November 30 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: HEATHER CHILDERS (HOST): Well new concerns in the fight against terror. ISIS reportedly developing a new recruitment strategy. Instead of trying to sneak terrorists into Europe...Show More Summary
The hawks on the right love to claim that the invasion of Iraq during the George W. Bush Administration was a good thing for Iraq, the United States, and the long-term security of the Middle East, even though it has been proven time and time again to be a bigger myth than unicorns. Now the [...]
What a stressful year. Terror attacks abroad and at home. Intractable wars in the Middle East. The refugee crisis. Reports of apocalyptic global warming. You’d think that at the office holiday party you could grab a glass of bubbly, let your hair down and speak your mind. Don’t do it. The [...]
Peace in the Middle East is an issue of interest to the whole international community and also to all Europeans, according to the statement of the European External Action Service (EEAS) spokeswoman.
In my weekend column on the controversy involving refugees from Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East, I explained that even if our government had access to the background information necessary to vet them (it doesn’t), we would...Show More Summary
China's plans to open a military facility in Djibouti have been giving US pundits the chills, with commentators suggesting that Beijing may be attempting to "edge out Western influence" in Africa and the Middle East. Russian experts suggest that the base is, more than anything, a sign that China is ready to emerge as a great naval power.
While you were stuffing yourself with Thanksgiving Tofurkey this weekend, sleepy human gaffe machine Ben Carson traveled to the Middle East to annoy and confuse people there instead of here. He dropped in on Syria and came back with a typically Carson-ian perspective that is at odds with both common sense and human decency: The
A European Parliamentarian is working on a resolution calling on EU members to recognize that ISIS is committing genocide against Christians and demands they take action before Christianity in the Middle East can "only be found in history books."
The former director of the US Defense Intelligence Agency - the States' highest-ranking military intelligence officer - Michael Flynn has admitted that the US was "too dumb" in its response to 9/11 and followed the wrong strategy in the Middle East.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday and the European Union said it would continue its role in Middle East peace diplomacy despite Israel saying it was suspending contact.
LONDON A girl of about 5 skips past the camera wearing purple polka-dot tights and a blue dress. Seated behind her, a woman with a thick British accent is delivering a lecture on the conflict in the Middle East.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s Nov. 24 visit to Jerusalem confirmed his determination to reinvent “the energetic, youthful and forward-looking Middle East” in accordance with his own worldview, irrespective of the reality in the region. Show More Summary