The latest news on Middle East
Carter's Hamas meeting legitimizes terrorism.
Efforts by a key Persian Gulf nation to regulate money transfers are criticized as inadequate.
Is the United States moving toward military action with Iran?
And the race goes on. Hillary Clinton pulled off wins in Ohio and Texas last night, breaking up rival Barack Obama's winning streak and stringing on the Democratic primary race until, at least, the end of April. She hinted today at a shared Democratic ticket—with her at the top. However, Obama is still ahead in the pledged delegates race.
Studies by several groups reflect urgent concern, suggesting a possible revival of the Taliban.
President Bush may have "high hopes," but few in the region do.
The president's tough strategy against Iran proves a hard sell.
Bush watchers following his Middle East trip can go right to the source of news now that White House Press Secretary Dana Perino is blogging trip notes.
In Israel, the president will see the war on terror waged the old-fashioned way—with guns.
The hunt is on for the next generation of emerging markets.