The Arab Spring protests upended the order of the Middle East, but six years later much remains the same.
In the years since the 2011 protests, rebellions have led to renewed repression in some places and chaos in others, but it may be too soon to say that they have failed.
The conflict in Yemen has produced a humanitarian disaster, but possibilities remain for bilateral negotiations between warring parties.
The Arab Spring has shaken traditional allies of the United States across the Middle East not least among them, Egypt.
The conflict in Yemen exposes a number of problems that the Middle East is facing in the post Arab Spring era, as more youths join extremist groups for varying reasons.
Aid groups are warning Yemen is on the brink of famine as the Saudi-led attack intensifies.
Since the 2011 uprisings across the Middle East, each year has proven more challenging than the last. With conflicts spreading across the region, 2015 will follow a similar pattern.
As Yemenis are caught between airstrikes and troops on the ground and militias, there is an increased chance of death—if not by war, then by hunger.
As global powers discuss the Iran deal and war continues in Yemen, many are worried that the Middle East might be on the verge of an all-encompassing war.
A roundup of international news including the Iran Deal, the Germanwings crash, and the Al-Shabab attacks in Kenya.