Israeli intelligence overlooked specific Hamas invasion plans, biased by underestimation of capabilities and defensive confidence.
Houthi provocations along the strategic Bab al-Mandeb are low risk and high return. They boost local support for the Houthis and could make the U.S. and Israel more risk-averse.
Escalating West Bank violence mirrors Israeli policy, rising settler aggression, and regional diplomatic shifts.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has no clear vision for an endgame in the ongoing war with Hamas in Gaza.
In responding to the crisis in Israel and Palestine, Erdogan must appease his political base at home while not totally alienating Israel.
The West is in denial over the tectonic shift in the world order toward a more assertive Global South, precipitated by the Ukraine and Gaza wars.
Kristian Ulrichsen joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss how the October 7 attacks by Hamas have impacted plans by MBS to transform Saudi Arabia.
With general elections just weeks away, Egyptian Pres. Abdel Fattah El-Sisi faces a collapsing economy and a public angered by the Gaza massacre.
Today, anti-Palestinian bigotry is arguably the most accepted form of hatred in America, deployed by Republicans ahead of the 2024 elections.
The Israeli-Palestinian war is making China’s strategic balancing act in the Middle East increasingly difficult to sustain.