Egyptian soldier’s bold kill operation shatters Israel’s security illusions
Mohamed Salah's audacious operation, which involved infiltrating Israeli-occupied territory and eliminating three of its soldiers has sparked debate surrounding the vulnerability of Israel's southern frontier, the underlying motives behind the attack, and its far-reaching implications for relations between Cairo and Tel Aviv.
Who is looting Yemen’s oil, and where does it all go?
There is a hidden war being waged against Yemen, a multinational assault against the country's vital natural resources. For years, foreign states and companies have engaged in the illicit plundering of Yemen's oil and gas - war profiteering in the poorest nation in West Asia.
Water Wars: Drought, disputes, and deadly skirmishes between Iran and the Taliban
Recent border clashes have escalated tensions to a critical point between the Islamic Republic and the Taliban over Iran's unfulfilled water rights. Do the Taliban have a deeper motive, and what are their demands?
Assad in Jeddah: Tangibly, what does this mean for Syria?
Arab reconciliation with Syria is a two-way street, with both sides seeking important concessions from each other. While all solutions can be found within a grand regional compromise, not all Arab states will be willing to challenge Washington's red lines.
PIJ’s tactical triumph: Missiles multiply despite losses
Despite Israel’s assassinations of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad’s high-ranking commanders during this latest battle, the Quds Brigades was able to shift strategy by expanding its missile range, launching over 1,500 missiles, and introducing new tactics in its retaliatory strikes.