Militias formed to fight the Islamic State are putting the political independence of the Iraqi government in jeopardy.
Millions of people in the Middle East and elsewhere were forced to flee their homes in recent years. What they need most now is dignity.
Youth unemployment is a major driver of radicalization in Tunisia, which supplies more fighters to Syria and Iraq than any other country.
The terrorist group aims to shrink the “grayzone”: the plane of coexistence between Muslims in the West and their non-Muslim countrymen.
We discuss an Israeli bill banning BDS supporters from the country, Saudi’s first comic convention, and the legacy of the Iran-Iraq War.
The dangerous assumption that Iraqis are unable to govern themselves must be challenged.
In our seventh episode, Middle East Weekly looks at the prospects of a one-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict, the Iraqi government’s campaign against ISIL in western Mosul, and how...
JMEPP speaks with Gregory Aftandilian on the devastating battles for Aleppo and Mosul -and what’s next for Syria and Iraq.
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.