By Peter Huessy
Regional conflict and economic opportunity boost number of migrants from 25 million to 54 million
Lebanese poet Zeina Hashem Beck speaks with Al Jazeera about writing on exile, displacement and war.
Reports: Samsung halts production of Note 7 phone
Guantanamo torture victims should be allowed UN visit (Andy Worthington)
Colombia: A Nobel Prize to save peace (Remi Piet)
Egypt’s economic policy: See no evil, hear no evil (Adel Abdel Ghafar)
US-Middle East: Plan B stands for bankruptcy (Marwan Bishara)
Syria will be the first task for Antonio Guterres (Raghida Dergham)
Iranian trusteeship with Israel’s blessings (Eyad Abu Shakra)
Why Hillary Clinton is exactly what the Middle East needs (Azeem Ibrahim)
Trump goes to the gutter in debate: It won’t save him (Joyce Karam)
As part of the Brookings Election 2016 project, the Brookings Podcast Network brings you a special edition episode in which Indira Lakshamanan, columnist for the Boston Globe, moderates a conversation with Robert Einhorn, senior fellow in the Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiativeand former nuclear negotiator on the Iran nuclear deal, and Michael O’Hanlon, senior fellow in Foreign Policy and co-director of the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence, who discuss how the next president can balance the dual goals of U.S. security and the protection of Syrian lives.