Escalation Feared In Syria Amid Threats Over Ongoing Chemical Strike Investigation August 26, 2013
The U.S. has already distanced itself from a U.N. investigation of an alleged chemical weapons attack, as regional war looms.
Syrian Stalemate: Despite Rebel Victories, Assad’s Not Going Anywhere By Dale Gavlak
Analysts say the road ahead for the opposition seeking to overthrow President Bashar Assad is not promising.
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Risks Political Suicide With Continued Protests By Dale Gavlak
Both the Brotherhood and the military-backed interim government are upping the ante as the struggle for power escalates.
Hamas-Led Gaza Faces Dwindling Options, Supply Lines After Losing Egypt’s Support By Dale Gavlak
After ousting President Morsi, Egypt's military has put a clampdown on Hamas-led Gaza's only connections to the outside world.
In Egypt, Reconciliation Appears Distant Despite US Call For ‘Inclusive Transition’ By Dale Gavlak
As a U.S. official visited Egypt, ousted President Morsi's supporters and opponents alike accused the other of receiving U.S. backing.
Revolution Or Coup? Whatever It Is, Egypt’s Crisis Is Deepening By Dale Gavlak
Violence is on the rise following an increasingly divided opposition's ousting of controversial President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.
US Mulls Its Options As Syria Conflict Threatens To Escalate Into Proxy War By Dale Gavlak
It's still unclear what the plan is after Obama announced that the U.S. will arm certain Syrian rebels fighting the Russia-backed Assad government.
Is The Syria Conflict Inching Toward A Political Solution — Or Toward Military Intervention? By Dale Gavlak
Even as U.S. and Russian officials discuss new peace talks, a U.S. senator sneaks into Syria to call for new arms shipments to the opposition.