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
A federal judge has requested Malaysia and Singapore extradite Alí Akbar Velayati, who is an adviser to Ayatollah Khamenei
But the Obama Administration bets $100 billion that Iran is innocent
All evidence points to foul play, and reason suggests responsibility falls upon both Iran and Argentina
There is no punchline
Why the president’s foreign policy of leaving U.S. allies out in the cold will make it very hard for the next president to maintain American influence
Unhinged anti-Israel demonstration or the best bar mitzvah theme ever?
Elliott Abrams, Paul Berman, Robert Blecher, Hanin Ghaddar, Edward Luttwak, Lee Smith, Nathan Thrall, and Robert F. Worth on Syria and Iran, Hezbollah and the Islamic State, France and Russia, Obama and Netanyahu, Jihad and Cold War, and the future of the West
Israel came to Iran’s rescue decades ago—and might again be the Islamic republic’s best hope for avoiding catastrophe
From social media-based propaganda to Stuxnet-style attacks, here’s what to watch for in America’s engagement with the Islamic State and others
Why the Iranian president faces a severe test from powerful hardline conservatives inside the Islamic Republic—and why the moderates may lose