How the U.S. is working to constrain Israel before announcing its new Iran deal
A China-brokered agreement with Iran shocked and dismayed Washington, whose mercurial policy gyrations are getting harder for the Saudis to understand
Regardless of the ‘inherent guarantees’ it is seeking, Iran is wrong to believe that President Biden and Secretary Blinken can keep their promises of protection and largesse for the regime’s worst elements past January 2023
The administration’s willing dependence on the Kremlin for its Iran policy sealed Ukraine’s fate
The administration and its press poodles are trying to normalize Iranian plots to kill Americans on U.S. soil in the pursuit of a nuclear deal that has long outlived any plausible arguments for its usefulness
Iran’s attempts to avenge the killing of Qassem Soleimani are another inconvenient truth for the Biden administration’s nuclear negotiators
The president and his people try to seal a new Iran deal by hanging their appeasement of Putin on Israel
The last thing the world needs is another nuclear-armed dictatorship flush with cash and attacking its neighbors. But that’s what President Biden and his Iran envoy Robert Malley are creating in the deal they are about to close in Vienna, according to career State Department sources.
How will the president decide to value the prospects of the Iran deal against $6 per gallon gasoline? By blaming the Saudis.
The new government wants to work closely with Washington, reduce Israel’s dependence on it, and prepare for military action. Can it have all three?
In the Middle East, Biden is finishing what Obama started. And his top advisers are all on board.
Colin Kahl’s creepy insinuation was debunked last week. The question is why Biden’s Pentagon pick said it in the first place.
Barack Obama’s plan was never about stopping Iran from obtaining a bomb. It was about realigning American interests in the Middle East in order to remake the Democratic Party at home.
Will the new administration revert to the foreign policy of an old one?
What does progressive foreign policy actually accomplish on the ground?
In his new memoir, ‘Undaunted,’ former CIA Director John Brennan offers a self-portrait of a blustering desk jockey with severe anger-management issues
American Jewish groups imagine the former U.S. envoy as a bulwark protecting Israel against Democratic Party radicals—but is that more about hope, or anxiety?
A decade-old Tom Friedman column serves as a Rosetta stone for the elite embrace of China; with comment from Tom Friedman