Regions / Iran
The debates surrounding Obama's cabinet nominations offer a welcome opportunity for the public--and the administration--to review the failing U.S. policy toward Iran.
Iran's leaders are the first to admit that Western sanctions have had a devastating impact on the country, but they're confident they can ride out the storm.
While well-intentioned, "Argo" falls into the common Hollywood trap of making Muslims into a monolithic Green Menace.
The Netanyahu administration stands poised to use Iran's real or imagined influence over Hamas, as well as Iron Dome's effectiveness, as justification for attacking Iran.
To begin with, the United States should drop the demand for regime change in Syria.
Between Romney and Obama, there's one issue that really matters: Iran.
Though a supporter of Israel's right to exist, George McGovern also became an outspoken opponent of its human rights abuses.
Calls for U.S. intervention in Syria can be traced back to PNAC.
Mitt Romney is playing the same cynical game as Benjamin Netanyahu.
The West may not use nuclear weapons on Iran, but attacking its nuclear enrichment facilities will have a similar effect.