Regions / Middle East & North Africa
To the West, Syria is a tale of two tales.
U.S. sanctions on Iran are causing a rift in its relationship with India.
Supreme Leader Khameini and Iran's Foreign Minister Salehi say all the right things about nuclear weapons.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, former Director of Policy Planning for the Obama administration, advises bypassing the U.N. Security Council and intervening in Syria.
Access to an Iranian military test facility wan't explicitly denied to nuclear inspectors, just subject to bargaining.
American officials believe that Iran would retaliate against the United States even if the U.S. doesn't take part.
The soldiers who dumped copies of the Qur'an into an incinerator may as well have set fire to a religion.
According to Gingrich's logic, North Vietnam would have been justified in attacking the United States.
Hawks are using the death of journalists such as Marie Colvin to further the cause of military aid to Syria's opposition.
What would be the benefits to Iran of developing nuclear weapons?