Hamas and Fatah have agreed to hold elections. But will they actually take place?
Saudi Arabia heads into the Vienna OPEC meeting facing stiff headwinds in its bid to secure a higher price for oil.
As Iraq’s political elite strives to hang onto power, protesters in the streets are demanding sweeping change and are prepared to face death to achieve it.
Too many players engaged on both sides in Libya’s civil war to assume that Khalifa Haftar will emerge victorious. America is the wild card.
As the impasse in government drags on and the economic crisis deepens, street protests aimed at ending the sectarian political structure of the country continue.
Emboldened by the indulgent attitude of the Trump Administration, the Israeli settler movement continues to pursue its West Bank agenda.
Peaceful protests have drawn millions of Algerians into the streets for more than nine months. A presidential election set for 12 December is unlikely to stop them.
Saudi Arabia, via its Public Investment Fund, heavily backed a Japanese AI entrepreneur’s Vision Fund that recently made huge losses raising questions about where this investment is headed.
The response to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement that West Bank settlements are not illegal ran from positive to damning with notable delays and silences.
While a broader ceasefire generally holds, the battle for a small village in North Syria has important implications for the Syrian regime, the Kurds, Putin and Erdogan.