The new US administration announced earlier this month that it would revoke the “terrorist group” designation of Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen in an effort to move forward the peace process in the country.
Weeks after President Mahoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority announced a new round of parliamentary and presidential elections for May and August 2021, regional observers continue to ponder the significance of the move.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) ruled earlier this month that the ICC prosecutor may open an investigation into possible war crimes committed in the Occupied Territories since 2014.
It was understood from the beginning that one of US President Joe Biden’s greatest foreign-policy challenges would be a return to the negotiation table with Iran. Mr.
Two weeks since one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in Baghdad in recent years, regional observers continue to ask important questions about Iraq’s stability.
Sixteen years after they last went to the voting booth, Palestinians will have another chance to choose their legislative and executive leaders.
The US Department of State issued a statement in the waning days of the Trump administration designating the Yemeni military rebel forces Ansar Allah, currently occupying the capital and large swaths of the country, as a terrorist group.
As rumors mount regarding Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s health, the Trump administration continues to pursue actions that are likely to leave behind a complicated reality for the incoming administration.
In 2017, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Egypt cut their ties with Qatar over accusations of the latter’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood, Iran, and terrorist groups in the region.
The strength of the US democracy and its institutional safeguards has come under scrutiny after last week’s attack on the US Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump.