On the subject of sanctions on Iran.
On the Newsstand:Middle East
The HPR sits down with head writer of "The Onion" Seith Reiss to talk about satire's role in politics, the 2012 election, and controversial pieces.
America's funding of Israeli military coffers has the unintended effect of driving Iranian nuclear ambitions.
Today's Arab Christians are seeking safe havens in the ever-changing Arab world.
As Alexandria celebrates Mohamed Morsi's election, I'll be keeping abreast of revolutionary developments in Egypt's second city.
There are difficult and complex parts of the human experience that neither science nor even the most basic comforts can address.
Staff Writer Harleen Gambhir walks prospective students through the politics at Harvard
The United States must reenergize U.S.-Turkey relations; if it does not, it runs the risk of potentially losing one of its greatest Middle Eastern allies.
In his memoir, Our Last Best Chance, King Abdullah II of Jordan tells a story that is at once personal and political. His powerful message on the centrality of the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to future peace and stability provides an intimate look at the contested and conflict-ridden history of the modern Middle East. After generations of gridlock, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may seem to have become an unstable and wholly inadequate status quo. There may be few, if any, more chances for peace.