"Everybody is going to start second-guessing whether or not they can trust Trump," an analyst tells Newsweek.
Trump allegedly disclosed intel to Russian officials about an ISIS plan relating to aviation security.
Both Trump and Netanyahu are already under a cloud of investigations and suspicion.
Jordanian commentators, including the military's former deputy chief of staff, rejected notions that the U.S., Jordan and allies were invading Syria by land.
Syrian and Iranian concerns regarding the U.S. and Jordan's nearby military drills were heightened when U.S. troops were seen with rebels in Syria.
Jibril Rajoub thinks the summit Wednesday between Abbas and Trump will bear fruit.
Elliott Abrams says it is very close to the Bush-Sharon understandings of 2003 and 2004.
Donald Trump and his team need to understand that and the reasons why.
In 2017, Kuwait and Bahrain carried out their first state-sanctioned killings in several years.
The Jordanian government warned of "catastrophic" consequences if Trump follows through with campaign pledge.
The move would inflame our ally Jordan and encourage Iran and Hezbollah.
Thirty-eight percent of Palestinians favor an armed intifada against Israel.
In the lame-duck months, Barack Obama might pursue initiatives aimed at a two-state solution.
A campaign in Jordan against a gas deal with Israel underlines the challenges in building ties.
Saudi Arabia's break with a Sunni ally in Lebanon could jeopardize a fragile political balance.
Protesters demanded the government's resignation over the failure to protect Nahed Hattar.
The countries hosting the most refugees make up less than 2 percent of the global economy.
Rebels suggested that Russian jets carried out the attack, which also injured at least 40.