The two major American political parties differ on most things, but they generally agree on foreign policy. In particular, they bow to Israel's right wing as a major driver of U.S. actions in the Middle East. At the moment, this applies primarily to the Iran issue.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Has the U.S. Failed?
Back to Realism for an Enduring U.S.-Saudi Relationship
One Man's Terrorist...
The Collapse of Order in the Middle East
The Islamic State: From al-Qaeda Affiliate to Caliphate
Food Insecurity: The Basic Threat in an Overburdened Region
Iran under Rouhani: Still Alone in the World
Iran and Its Neighbors since 2003: New Dilemmas
Turkey and Iran after the Arab Spring: Finding a Middle Ground
Iran-Turkey Energy Cooperation: Strategic Implications
Islam in Egypt: The U.S. View, 1982