Of tyranny and clichés and who gets to write history.
Three factions vie for influence and dominance in the Middle East.
Seeing a hopelessly naive America, Jews and Arabs are finding common ground to face the Iranian menace.
With 50 to 70 storage sites to check during a civil war, Assad is likely to get away with keeping much of them.
The regime is now close to its nuclear goal, and we should have little patience for Iran's stalling tactics.
Hamas bet wrong, and now looks to make amends.
That 80 percent Kerry wants us to support? Most align with Morsi or Hamas.
The generals’ coup in Egypt has proven conclusively that the old, nationalist regimes are not finished yet.
A victory for the Assad/Iran/Hizballah/Russia side in the Syrian civil war would represent a strategic disaster for the U.S. and the West in the region.
As the West weighs involvement, the Saudis replace foe Qatar as the rebels' primary backer.
The support is now clearly evident, and is responsible for Assad's recent gains.
Doing nothing will tell totalitarians that the word of America means nothing. Related: Obama: Yeah, My Syria Red Line is Still in Effect, But…
The emergence of a new. powerful Islamist force in Syria.
Take Ghassan Hitto, the U.S. supported rebel leader with ties to jihadists.
The Assad regime could now be considered just another competitor for power.
The results indicate that a large, sane, pragmatic center is the core presence in Israeli political life.
Many possible culprits.
National security is the key issue.
Bashar Assad's forces suffer strategic losses, and are facing a dearth of manpower.
The U.S.-supported move has some success, but questions remain going forward.
Syrian President Assad's "strategy of tension" in Lebanon.
Whoever prevails, Syria will face a totalitarian future.
In the manner of adolescents, they think that security and prosperity just sort of happen by themselves.