Why the mullahs might welcome an Israeli attack on Iranian soil.
The costs of a Syrian intervention are undoubtedly high. But the benefits may be surprisingly great.
They are being swayed by mindless alarmism, not sober considerations of what a nuclear Iran would mean—which makes their expressed aversion to a war all the more telling.
Why Obama's threats should not necessarily be taken at face value.
Sunday's shooting is the latest in a series of incidents that have made the Western military presence progressively less welcome in Afghanistan. Washington must press ahead with military disengagement.
Washington has implicitly accepted its responsibility to protect MeK members imprisoned in Iraq. What does this mean for the delisting controversy?
Netanyahu has essentially delivered an ultimatum to Washington. So far, he has yet to win Obama over to his way of thinking.
Concerns about the anti-American alliance of Ahmadinejad and Chávez are overblown.
What anyone who considers himself a patriotic American and a friend of Israel should think about during the AIPAC conference.
Can the U.S.-Israel relationship survive if Israel drags Washington into a war that's not in U.S. interests?
A recent poll reveals the surprising feelings of Israelis about possibly attacking Iran. Obama—and Netanyahu—should take heed.
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