The embattled country is leading the fight against Iranian-sponsored terrorism in the Middle East.
The latest effort to constrain the Islamic Republic’s enrichment program faces several hurdles.
New reports detail a coordinated effort to target U.S. troops and allies.
The kingdom has made a tradition of inciting unrest with Israel during the holy month of Ramadan.
Twenty years after the U.S.-led invasion, Americans still know far too little about this complicated country.
A Beijing-brokered normalization deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia may lack staying power, but it signals China’s long-term strategy.
Our allies are pondering whether we are still a superpower.
A rocky earthquake recovery will have political consequences for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
And there are steps the U.S. can take to ward them off.
Benjamin Netanyahu will need to push past the bad blood between the Saudis and Americans.
From activism to retrenchment in the Middle East.
The collapse of the theocracy could change American attitudes about promoting democracy.
Pakistan’s former prime minister will recover from being shot in the leg, but how his country responds is another question: A Dispatch Explainer.
While Iran is a looming danger, the Abraham Accords offer hope and promise.
The president failed to secure more oil from the Saudis and made little progress on Israeli-Palestinan relations or anything else.
Amid failing nuclear talks with Iran, the president looks to bolster regional defense and build on the historic Abraham Accords.