Our ostensible ally is seeking to rebrand itself.
Seymour Hersh is out with a conspiracy theory about the death of Osama bin Laden that just doesn’t make sense.
Saudi Arabia’s new King has shaken up the Royal Family, and that could have interesting results.
The ground troops that United States has not sent into Iraq to fight ISIL are reportedly in Iraq fighting ISIL.
Political irony, perhaps, but probably less than meets the eye.
Was Arafat poisoned? A new report raises some questions, but answers none of them conclusively.
Al Jazeera debuted its American broadcast Tuesday. Fewer Americans have access to Al Jazeera than they did Monday.
The US backed Egyptian government is massacring supporters of the ousted democratically elected government.
Arab news giant Al-Jazeera is buying Al Gore’s failing Current TV network, hoping to get a bigger presence in the US cable market.
A day of protests over a film nobody has ever heard of has lead to the death of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya.
A nine month Al Jazeera investigations indicates that poison may have played a role in Yasser Arafat’s 2004 death.
A tragic incident in Afghanistan that’s likely to have tragic consequences.
The protesters have returned to Tahrir Square, and so has the violence.
The BBC is reporting that rebels claim to have captured the ousted leader of Libya.
Foolishly, the Palestinians are going forward with their effort to get Palestinian statehood recognized by the United Nations.
After months of fits and starts, it appears anti-Gaddafi forces are on the verge of victory.
It appears that the Syrian military is starting to fracture. Exactly how widespread this is remains to be seen.
Sunday’s announcement of the death of Osama bin Laden was the latest example of how Twitter has become the go-to source for “Breaking News.”
The only people responsible for the murders in Afghanistan are the people who committed them, but the demagogues like Terry Jones deserve condemnation as well.
As allied involvement in Libya’s civil war increases, there are signs that the rebels may not be able to close the deal.
There are a number of signs coming out of Libya that indicate the regime is in serious trouble despite the willingness of the state to use violence on the crowds.