The meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Ukraine’s President Volodimir Zelensky is drawing some unhealthy interest.
One argument for opening a museum is to foster a better awareness of history among the remaining Bukharan Jewish community.
Israel had Muslim-majority friends outside the Middle East, namely Azerbaijan in Eurasia and Kazakhstan in Central Asia.
Israel and Jordan are disappointed with a security deal that hasn’t stopped Hezbollah from entrenching itself in southern Syria. Can the U.S. provide positive leadership there?
As Turkey and Russia grow closer they inevitably also grow closer in their work on ending the Syrian conflict and also on other regional and international issues.
Russia is loyal to the idea that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the reason for Middle East unrest.
Not only Erdogan has lost one of his props in the fight for regional dominance, but the United States will also have to find a new crutch to lean on in the Middle East.
Discussing region’s future, Jerusalem and Washington said to have insisted Tehran’s exit from Syria would solve nothing if the problem merely moved to another Arab state.
Netanyahu hails a new spirit of 'security cooperation' with Russia. There's just one problem: He can't trust a word they say.
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