Through last week's killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Israel was signaling to Iran's nuclear scientists that their chosen vocation could turn out to be downright hazardous to their health.
Iran’s deepening footprint in Syria represents what is arguably the most significant flashpoint in the Levant.
Iran's deepening economic woes;
A strengthening Iranian hand in Yemen...;
...and a changing foothold in Syria;
The human rights issue comes of age;
Regional jitters over potential U.S. U-turn
The news that Bahrain's foreign minister is meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel this week highlights the predicament that president elect Joe Biden faces in the Middle East: he wants to restore a U.S. approach to the region that relies on increasingly out-of-date assumptions.
The Kingdom of Morocco ranks prominently on the list of prospective peace partners.