The latest campaign against Israel has all the hallmarks of an Islamic Republic operation
Will we do it again?
The president may be a reckless outsider, but he’s the only one who has a chance to undo three decades of America’s disastrous North Korea policy
Iran Week: Why was the Wall Street Journal reporter fired?
Iran Week: Watching a 3,000-year history come to an end in Persia
The Jewish state confronts the possibility of a new front—or two—in its ongoing conflict with a hostile regional power on the rise
Are North Korea and Iran Cooperating to Build Long-Range Weapons of Mass Destruction? An Assessment.
Iran Week: Here’s what we know about Iran’s secret ballistic missile and nuclear technological exchanges with the defiant rogue state of North Korea
Iran Week: Jalal Al-e Ahmad’s astonishing and paradoxical account of his 1963 travels in the Holyland, newly translated and reissued as ‘The Israeli Republic’
How the president’s photo-op diplomacy plays in Riyadh, Tehran, Beirut, Jerusalem, and back home in Trumpland
As Saad Hariri seeks international support, he’s aligning closer with Hezbollah and Assad in Syria
How Gladwellian Internet ‘hot takes’ fueled the new echo-chamber press that enabled Obama’s foreign policy—and still rules Washington
The National Iranian American Council president co-wrote an article arguing that a small group of people—all of them Jewish—pushed war with Iran and therefore bear some responsibility in a Missouri killing
Invoking the Holocaust, and comparing the persecution of Jews to that of Syrian refugees, has become a consensus take. But no one has bothered to identify the murderous culprit.
As former President Cristina Kirchner heads for prison, Argentina may finally hold Iran accountable for the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish Center in Buenos Aires. Excerpts from the revealing Argentine book, ‘Nisman Must Die.’
Why the new Commander-in-Chief has few good options for rebuilding the Middle East order that Obama negotiated away
‘Bloomberg’ reports that Venezuela’s state oil company dramatically overpaid an Iranian construction firm for a project largely organized as a means of delivering foreign currency to the Iranian government
An intensely important debate has seized the chess world because a top female player is refusing to compete in next year’s world championship in Iran
The Republican looks to Tehran, while the Democrat defends Israel