The Natanz fuel enrichment site has been seriously damaged.
Faced with an election next week, Israel’s Prime Minister is pushing a settlement plan that would be an utter disaster.
President Trump’s nominee to be the next Director of National Intelligence is quite simply not qualified for the position he has been nominated to.
Jared Kushner’s long-awaited Middle East peace plan is still awaiting release, but it already appears to be dead on arrival.
This could be a very big deal – unless it isn’t.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is cutting short his US trip to deal with what his government is calling a Hamas attack.
The Trump Administration has taken the latest step in a process that began in May with the withdrawal from the JCPOA. Where it takes us is anybody’s guess, but the probability of something going wrong is quite high.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a bombastic speech on Iran yesterday that reveals just how empty and dangerous the Trump Administration’s policy toward Iran actually is.
Celebrations and a deadly day in the Middle East.
The Trump Administration has acted in a manner to create the impression that there is “no daylight” between the United States and Israel. This is a myth, and pursuing such a goal poses real dangers for America’s national interests.
A foolish, and potentially dangerous, decision by President Trump.
Notwithstanding his promises during the campaign, President Trump seems likely to go forward with sanctions reductions required under the nuclear deal with Iran.
Great Britain heads to the polls today.
Despite campaign promises, President Trump won’t be moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem anytime soon.
Iranian voters have re-elected Hassan Rouhani, a relative moderate whose election in 2013 was largely responsible for the shifts in policy that made the international agreement regarding Iran’s nuclear research program possible.
Despite campaign rhetoric, President Trump won’t be moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel anytime soon.
Despite campaign promises, President Trump appears to be putting off any immediate decision on the location of the U.S. Embassy to Israel.
Donald Trump will take some time off after taking the Oath of Office.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech on Middle East peace was largely correct, but his words are pointless given the fact that neither Israel nor the Palestinians seem serious about peacefully resolving their differences.
While you were celebrating Christmas, Israel was blasting the Obama Administration and cozying up to the incoming Trump Administration.
One of the last survivors of Israel’s founding generation has passed away.
Just days before a high stakes primary in New York, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed over familiar themes in their latest debate.
Another hopeful step forward, thanks to diplomacy.
Ten American sailors detained by Iranian forces late Tuesday were released early today, something that seems to clearly demonstrate the value of diplomacy.
The execution of a prominent Shi’ite cleric has led to a rapid deterioration of the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
France launched its first attacks against ISIS even as the investigation into Friday’s attacks continues, but it’s not clear that the retaliation really accomplished anything.
President Obama has apparently come to the same realization as many of his predecessors, that trying to craft a legacy by single-handedly bring about “Middle East Peace” is largely a waste of time.
Britain’s Labour Party has taken a hard tilt left with the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
Reports are circulating that the Obama Administration is considering releasing Jonathan Pollard, and many are seeing it as an effort to placate Israel in the wake of the Iran deal.
Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s first truly-elected president, has been sentenced to death by the government which ousted him in a coup.
The Vatican has announced that it will recognize Palestinian statehood, but this is not going to resolve the underlying issues that prevent a Palestinian state from actually coming into existence.
Rand Paul has changed position on several foreign policy issues, but he doesn’t seem to want to talk about it.
By a wide margin Americans think it was wrong of the GOP to invite Israel’s Prime Minister to speak to Congress.
The Atlantic has a fascinating cover story by Graeme Wood titled “What ISIS Really Wants.”
ISIS apparently now has a foothold in Libya, and is making inroads in Yemen.
Well, so much for that “people’s revolt” that brought down a military dictator.
Quietly, oil prices have been falling for months now. That’s potentially a very big deal.
Closing down international air travel won’t stop Ebola from becoming a bigger public health threat.
The two sides in Gaza keep extending the humanitarian cease fire, but remain miles apart on the major issues dividing them.
Well, it was nice while it lasted.
The war in Gaza seems to be winding down, but the underlying issues remain.
A glimmer of hope in Gaza is quickly snuffed out.
The Israeli public if overwhelmingly behind the war in Gaza, and that means it will probably continue for awhile.