Issues / War & Peace
Saudi Arabia’s perceived need to keep Iran at bay is distracting it from the danger that the Islamic State poses to its regime.
The head of a Syrian exile group called Assad’s warplanes “an air force for ISIS.”
The Saudis and the Turks are scaling up their support for Syrian jihadists while the Israelis contemplate a new war with Hezbollah.
The Islamic State is experiencing success recruiting Westerners with no religious background, including Islam.
A tight-knit group of neocon dead-enders is pushing Iran to the forefront of the GOP's foreign policy agenda.
Due to a combination of lack of support, poor training, and constant deployment, the Iraqi Army pales beside the Islamic State.
Not exactly, but the U.S. is using great discretion because of the propaganda value to the Islamic State when air strikes kill civilians.
The U.S. military sits at the center of a dispute that's plagued the peaceful island of Okinawa for decades.
Once again Western nuclear powers undermined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference (RevCon).
Washington may still be wedded to thinking of the Islamic State as a second-rate threat that only needs tactics, not a strategy, to defeat it.