Ten years ago, President George W. Bush named Iran, Iraq, and North Korea to his "Axis of Evil." What has become of the isolated regimes since?
Land confiscation, house demolitions, destruction of Palestinian property and the Judaization of East Jerusalem are proceeding at unprecedented levels in 2011 and 2012.
The Egyptian revolution began one year ago, but the military continues to hold power and remains the biggest challenge to the nascent Egyptian democracy.
Ron Paul’s anti-defense spending agenda is not his fatal flaw; but his anti-foreign aid stance is.
Relying on oil, a geographic safe haven, and a progressive vision, Qatar has risen to become the star of the Gulf and a regional force to be reckoned with.
If Syria's President Bashar al-Assad does not step down soon, he will soon meet the fate of former Arab dictators Hosni Mubarak, Muammar Gaddafi, and Saddam Hussein.
This law does much more than allow more women into the workforce, it effectively gives women more freedom which may ultimately lead to further advancements towards equality.
In the continued chaos of the Arab Spring, America has a unique opportunity to restore its image in the Arab world through diplomacy.