Senator Marco Rubio has penned an op-ed in the Washington Post, noting how bad Obama’s Middle East policies have failed The fall of the Iraqi city of Ramadi to the
There is a new hydra loose in the world; one far more deadly than its mythical forbearer, for unlike the original, its reach is global.
By Ari Heistein | (Informed Comment) | – Robert Kaplan explains the current conflicts in the Middle East as the inevitable results of the withdrawal of colonial powers which led to a…
In dismissing Members of Congress signing a letter of support for US airlines against the Middle East carriers, the Business Travel Coalition’s Kevin Mitchel writes in The Hill, Members are allowed to double and triple book flights home...Show More Summary
Crude prices surge 4.5% amid more signs of US scale-backs, Middle East instability.
The new Israeli government is deadset against a two-state solution– as Allison Deger and the Institute for Middle East Understanding have both documented. And yet the other day the New York Times promoted a fantasy: Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu wants to enter into negotiations. Two voices from the liberal Zionist camp are saying flatly that […]
Health officials in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong have confirmed the country’s first imported case of Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). On Friday, officials said a man from South Korea had potentially exposed as many as 200 people to the virus. Show More Summary
One of the coolest parts about traveling is experiencing different foods and meal traditions throughout the world. Lately, I’ve become a big fan of the salad based breakfast offerings in the Mediterranean and Middle East.To that end, BuzzFeed(w/Yahoo) has put together “What the World Eats for Breakfast”. Show More Summary
Increasingly frustrated over the Islamic State’s brazen pillaging and trafficking of artifacts in the Middle East, all members of the United Nations agreed on Thursday to take new steps intended to thwart and prosecute antiquities smugglers,...Show More Summary
The young man who looked like he was from the Middle East was sitting against the wall of the Grand Canyon, a Go-Pro camera strapped to his chest. My aching quads begged for a break,
Zaha Hadid Architects has completed work on a striking new £11 million (US$17 million) addition to the Middle East Centre at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford. Contrasting markedly with nearby Brutalist and Victorian architecture,...Show More Summary
Improving education in the Middle East is as important as ending the region’s conflicts
Shiseido will launch Ever Bloom, a new fragrance for women. The brand hopes the scent will appeal to younger consumers and expand their business in Europe and the Middle East...
Like many American secretaries of State before him, John Kerry has logged a lot of air miles flying to and from the Middle East to engage is something called "the peace process." Given all the effort, it is disheartening to see just how little true peace there is in that roiling corner of the world.
The fallacy of the end of imperialism in the Middle East.
Surprises are increasing in the Arab region against the backdrop of the geopolitical transformation taking place in the Middle East, mainly in the direction of developing a US-Iranian relationship that goes beyond mere appeasement. This...Show More Summary
Health authorities in Guangdong province are treating the first suspected case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome after a South Korean man whose family members were infected with the virus broke voluntary quarantine and entered China on Tuesday. [ more › ]
When has U.S. military involvement in the Middle East or Western Asia ever produced positive results? it's bad enough that the arms sent to the supposed good guys to fight the supposed bad guys keep ending up in the hands of those same...Show More Summary
“In this context of repression, it’s clear that whatever the Louvre, the Guggenheim and New York University might say, the reality is that they provide a sheen of high-end respectability to an autocratic state.”
In his first public appearance since 2008, Richard S. Fuld mused about the economy, the Middle East, love and life, but danced around the downfall of his firm.