The terror state and its various proxy militias—including Hamas—are obviously acting in concert. Why won’t the U.S. admit it?
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That means destroying Hezbollah and striking Iran. Anything less is a major strategic defeat for Israel and the U.S.
The trail that leads from Tehran to D.C. passes directly through the offices of Robert Malley and the International Crisis Group
For American Iran scholars, fighting the right is more important than criticizing the regime—or listening to Iranians
Far from being uncooperative, Saudi Arabia under MBS is playing precisely the regional role that Obama and Biden have long demanded—only more so
A China-brokered agreement with Iran shocked and dismayed Washington, whose mercurial policy gyrations are getting harder for the Saudis to understand
How the name of a noble civilization disappeared from the map
The new Beijing-brokered deal between Saudi Arabia and Iran is a warning sign of things to come
Mohammed Mossadegh was not a democrat or democratically elected, nor was he toppled by nefarious foreigners
The imprisoned director’s latest film is as powerful for its absences as its images
Iran’s increasingly sophisticated drone and missile strike packages are driving America’s beleaguered allies to seek protection in Beijing
A decade of Obama-Biden foreign policy has broken the Middle East and America’s security order
It’s time for the West to match the bravery of the protesters, and stop accommodating their executioners
The Biden administration’s destructive cooperation with an anti-American tyranny is undercutting a brave, principled, and popular opposition movement
Why does Joe Biden seek to align America with a violent ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ regime that beats women to death for exposing their hair?
Why is Joe Biden alternately ignoring and funding the ever-closer alliance between Iran and Putin?
Californian Jamshid Sharmahd faces execution for a crime the regime itself has admitted he did not commit