Could the Iraqi army's banner offensive against IS tear it apart?
A constitutional scholar considers the legal arguments that could undo Trump's executive order barring travel by residents of seven Muslim majority countries.
This roundup from our archives explains some of the major conflicts unfolding in the seven countries singled out by Trump's executive order.
The fall of the Berlin wall was supposed to usher in ‘the end of history’, an eternal age of capitalist economics and liberal-democratic politics. It hasn’t turned out that way.
Mesopotamia is known as the 'Cradle of Civilization'. We must not let it continue to be a cradle for genocide and terrorism.
In the Middle East, there will be no easy choices for the incoming Trump administration - and a wild ride is likely to continue.
Initially heralded as the beginning of the end for IS, the effort to take back Iraq's second city is flailing.
When mass graves are disturbed, it makes it harder to find out the truth about what happened.
Could the president-elect and his secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson adopt useful policies in the Middle East? A scholar sees some hopeful possibilities.
The humanitarian crisis in the Middle East is getting worse by the day. A survey of aid workers provides a glimpse into life on the ground, and clues to why the humanitarian sector is ailing.
Many migrants would have stopped before they reached Europe – if only there had been the opportunities.
What happens to the Islamic State if it loses the battle for territory in Iraq and Syria? Here's a list of ways it might go down.
The costly reconquest of the city will not significantly impact the group's transnational strategy
The effort to take back IS's biggest prize in Iraq has begun at last. But there's no shortage of other problems to deal with.
More needs to be done to protect women against sexual violence perpetrated in war.
PTSD isn't all about bombs and bullets. The baggage soldiers and medics bring to war zones will help us better understand diverse responses.
Wyatt Roy took it upon himself to look for a gunfight without a cause.
The US will only take action on WMD when it suits them.
Governments often have limited knowledge of chemical production as it is the preserve of the private sector. Often these facilities are not as well secured as government facilities.
If Trump becomes president, he'll inherit one of the US's most dangerous military tools.