Middle East Weekly explores the human cost of the White House’s approach to immigration policy, and what it means for U.S. foreign policy.
Fareed Yasseen, Iraq’s ambassador to the US, is optimistic about defeating ISIL – but sees several structural threats to Iraq’s stability.
Water is the cornerstone of human life – but what happens to countries when they start running out of “blue gold”?
Trump prides himself on his deal-making abilities, but securing “the ultimate deal” between Israelis and Palestinians presents major challenges.
The Middle East is an arid region to begin with, but climate change is set to exacerbate the region’s water scarcity.
A propaganda war between the Iraqi government and ISIL is raging alongside the military campaign to retake Mosul.
Iraqi Kurds’ desire for an independent state may finally meet with US support now that Donald Trump is president.
JMEPP spoke with Yemeni journalist and blogger Afrah Nasser about media coverage of the Yemen war, and what lies ahead for the country.
In Middle East Weekly’s first special features podcast, we speak with Khayem Chemli from Al Bowsala, a major political and institutional watchdog in Tunisia. In Chemli’s words, Al Bowsala works...
Donald Trump has vowed to end US support for Syrian rebel groups, delighting backers of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Middle East Weekly discusses Trump’s pledge to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, and Tunisian jihadis returning home after fighting in Syria and Iraq.