The lack of ambassadors in the Middle East is even more striking when one considers the importance of the countries from which they are absent.
The Trump administration has abdicated Washington’s role as a responsible custodian for Arab-Israeli affairs.
For local forces on the frontline, negotiated population transfers are better than launching an assault against an enemy that is well dug-in and determined to die.
Victory is all in how you define it.
Tehran has been the primary source of instability in the region since 1979. Supporting Saudi Arabia and Israel will help to counterbalance Iran.
The potential for tension between Riyadh and Abu Dhabi is illustrated by an increasing number of foreign-policy disagreements.
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