Geoffrey Kemp is the director of Regional Strategic Programs at the Center for the National Interest.
Finding monsters under the bed and bogeymen in the closet. Why exaggerating the Iranian threat is bad for U.S. foreign policy.
India and China's Great Game in the Gulf.
The stakes of Iran's nuclear gambit are clear, the solutions less so. The clock is ticking.
At the time of triumph a year ago when Saddam Hussein's statue was toppled and the Iraqi army vanished, the most ardent supporters of George W.
Iranian nuclear weapons aspirations pose a critical and very dangerous problem for the United States. Herewith a plan for stopping the Iranian bomb, short of using force.
Several TNI regulars assess the campaign's last debate.
Mearsheimer and Walt should have included more field work in their research. Yet their book still deserves to be read and discussed.
Giving guns to Syria's opposition awakens old questions.
Getting drawn into another Middle Eastern conflict would set back American interests.
The recent bombing raised the stakes in Damascus. But the story is not over.
It doesn’t really matter what ideology Egypt’s leaders claim to espouse. Addressing the fragile economy must be their priority.
As the 1970s proved, things may get worse before they get better for the United States.
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