Regions / Israel
Iran is suffering from cyberattacks and sanctions, even though it has halted its support for terrorist attacks -- and has no nuclear-weapons program.
Democrats joined Republicans in passing a new bill that makes peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors all the more difficult
Israel has squandered its cherished state-sponsor-of-terrorism card on a bad bet.
This article examines the political and economic ties between Israel and Azerbaijan and the discussion of Israeli plans to attack Iran from Azerbaijan, however, the author concludes that Baku will not permit Tel Aviv to use its territory for striking the Islamic Republic as Azeri national interests would be undermined.
Trying to defend a state with illegal nuclear weapons over one with none is a recipe for disaster.
Israeli opposition party Kadima is joining with Likud in a unity government.
War fever has broken -- temporarily anyway.
Shrill rhetoric on Iran divides Israel.
Israeli acts of aggression continue to enjoy broad bipartisan support in Congress, even from so-called "progressive heroes."
Fordow, Iran's nuclear-enrichment facility, figures to be a sticking point in negotiations.