The Russian gas giant is trying to get into the Eastern Mediterranean's promising energy market.
Bibi's breathing fire. But he's not about to send the IAF to mow the nuclear lawn.
The prime minister has many legitimate concerns. But his maximalism on Iran has outlived its usefulness.
Another area where Washington has chosen to lead from behind.
Growing Kurdish autonomy in Syria could shake up the region—and Washington is on its heels.
The stakes are high for what comes next.
If Saudi Arabia and Turkey are so eager to have Assad gone, they should do the job themselves.
Reagan's handling of the Soviet Union suggests he'd take a more subtle approach than some of his self-proclaimed ideological heirs.
Isolation hasn't worked.
A divergence deepens. How can Obama get the upper hand?
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