Tehran’s main goal is to garner support from European countries in providing cover from US sanctions, which have been re-imposed since the US left the deal in May 2018.
[N]ow that the chain of command in the U.S. is in tatters, it’s not clear who can start a war.
At the core of the Trump peace initiative is creative chaos, replacing hoary assumptions with new bridges and highways
Success is by no means certain, but if he fails – he says pointedly – he doesn’t want to fail the same way as all other efforts toward peace up to now.
Caught between the U.S. and China over construction of Haifa's new port, Einat Kalisch-Rotem has rescued Israel.
[T]he recognition of Assad by the 'world police' means Russia is completely successful.
Similar prior attempts were more viable than Kushner’s political attempt as prior American administrations showed less bias toward Israel in comparison to Trump.
As developments on the Persian Gulf turn ominous, democrats choose to support the rhetoric of the Iranian regime at the expense of US interests.
Washington’s hardening with regard to Iran ... is happening within the larger context of U.S. withdrawal, both from the Middle East and the rest of the world.
Relations between the United States and Israel in wake of the Trump administration are in complete harmony. This harmony is closer to fantasy than reality. Countries usually strike alliances and have similar interests, but they rarely enjoy such accord. This harmony is a facet that complements absolute hostility. In [Read more]