- Daily Brief
- September 17, 2019
The extremist group is entrenched in the peninsula. It will take more than force to oust them.
Despite the apparent threat, a massive assault against Idlib is unlikely – for now.
The diplomatic crisis, first thought to last only weeks, is dragging on into its second year.
The deal will collapse when European companies, under threat of US sanctions, leave Iran.
President Erdogan is racing against an ailing economy and a united opposition.
The growing list of mutually hostile actors in Syria may sleepwalk into a conflict they didn’t want.
If President Trump terminates the Iranian nuclear deal, the Middle East may face a nuclear arms race.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that territories of Western Sahara are excluded from an agricultural agreement between Morocco and the European Union (EU).
Italian politicians will soon find their work to slow the flow of migrants from Libya is not over.
The domestic upheaval will disturb the theocratic leadership in Tehran — but fail to bring change.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince is creating a growing list of opponents as he pursues his reform agenda.
The Trump administration is unlikely to achieve a peace deal by forcing Palestinians to compromise.