Regions / Middle East & North Africa
Iran is turning the Senate Republicans’ letter to its advantage in hammering out a nuke deal.
The only silver lining to the Israeli prime minister's surprisingly strong reelection victory is that Washington and Brussels might finally get fed up with him.
The Senate GOP's letter to Iran was an act of vengeance for their discredited code of honor: neoconservatism.
The Republicans’ letter to Iran defies constitutional precedent and holds international law in contempt.
The member-states of the Gulf Cooperation Council have realized that the United States, thus far their biggest ally, is really just a fair-weather friend.
Many are aghast at the treasonous nature of the open letter to Iran signed by 47 Republican senators.
It's official: The Republican establishment in Washington has completely delegated its policy on Iran and Israel to its most hardline factions.
The problem isn’t a lack of "resolve." It's a lack of good outcomes and basic moral consistency.
What Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu really fears is the threat that serious diplomacy poses to his policies and his ambitions for Israel’s government.
Iran is a silent partner of sorts in the war against the Islamic State.