The region's supplies of crude have their downside
British MPs last year delivered a surprise rebuff to plans to intervene militarily in Syria, derailing not only U.K. policy but U.S. plans. Today they are...
The terror group has its sights set on the world's biggest oil reserves
Rhetoric versus reality in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone
The firebrand leader's move comes before national elections set for April
Certainly nothing makes a statement quite like pointing a finger at the leader of the Nazi Party—and then pointing at a politicial opponent
Cairo has always been a popular site to mediate the many disputes of the Middle East. A regional crossroads and the home of the Arab League, Egypt has hosted...
TIME International Editor Bobby Ghosh talks about witnessing a dangerous misstep at Saddam's Presidentail Palace and how it foreshadowed things to come.
Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
The U.S. invaded Iraq 10 years ago Tuesday. It was almost déjà war: the nation had done pretty much the same thing 12 years before, but the goal that time was...