Reyam El Molla and Mary Ellen O'Connell (Notre Dame): The Prohibition on the Use of Force for Arms Control: The Case of Iran’s Nuclear Program. Jordan J. Paust (Houston): Armed Attacks and Imputation: Would a Nuclear Weaponized Iran Trigger Permissible Israeli and U.S. Measures of Self-Defense? Derek Tyler Johnson (Wisconsin): The New Jerusalem and Middle Eastern Nationalism. Milena Sterio (Cleveland State): Humanitarian Intervention Post-Syria: Legitimate and Legal? Peter Neumann argues that Assad has himself to blame. A red-brown alliance for Syria: Neo-Nazis, Stalinists, Catholic fundamentalists and pacifists may seem like strange political bedfellows, but they have found common ground in a diffuse brand of anti-imperialism. Turkey goes out of control: Christopher de Bellaigue reviews The Rise of Turkey: The Twenty-First Century’s First Muslim Power by Soner Cagaptay; Gulen: The Ambiguous Politics of Market Islam in Turkey and the World by Joshua D. Hendrick; and The Imam’s Army by Ahmet Sik. Will the next world war start in the Middle East? Isaac Chotiner interviews Richard Evans on who caused WWI, the best books to read on it, and whether the modern Middle East will spark the next World War. Curt Jones on the battle for control of the Middle East. The next Arab-Israeli war will be fought with drones: Hezbollah, weaponized robots, DIY air forces — an unnerving look at the future of Middle East conflicts. The secret world of American spies in the Middle East: Frederick Deknatel reviews America’s Great Game: The CIA’s Secret Arabists and the Shaping of the Modern Middle East by Hugh Wilford. Israel in the eye of the hurricane: The Middle East is imploding, America is pulling back — time for a new regional strategy. No Exit: Michael J. Totten on why the US can’t leave the Middle East.