More By Brent Nagtegaal

By Brent Nagtegaal, from January 12, 2017 in Analysis »
The Vatican is again inserting itself into the peace process—but for what purpose?
By Brent Nagtegaal, from January 9, 2017 in Analysis »
As united Jerusalem turns 50, we ask: Will it make it to 51?
The United Nations has threatened the future of archaeological discovery in one of the world’s most historic cities.
If so, were they the glorious kings the Bible describes, or just small-time chieftains?
By Brent Nagtegaal and Kieren Underwood, from December 28, 2016 in Analysis »
‘When the chips are down, I have Israel’s back.’
By Brent Nagtegaal, from November 27, 2016 in Featured »
The backlash on social media has some wondering whether another revolution is on the horizon.
By Brent Nagtegaal, from November 1, 2016 in Analysis »
In a series of resolutions, UNESCO has threatened the future of archaeological discovery in one of the world’s most important cities.
By Brent Nagtegaal, from August 17, 2015 in Featured »
A power grab in Yemen brought Iran much closer to controlling this strategic waterway.
Turkey’s entrance into the Syrian civil war means Bashar Assad is in trouble.
In America’s absence, the House of Saud is scrambling to form alliances to stop the king of the Middle East.