[T]he dynamics of the conflict between Washington and Tehran are all about turning the wheels of the weapons industry and controlling the region's oil.
If all his “loyalty” measures weren’t offensive enough, President Donald J. Trump, our Tweeter-in-Chief, has now, well recently, also posted on his favorite social media site a bit of grand theological-political flattery from Wayne Allyn Root, a failed libertarian presidential candidate and fridge purveyor of [Read more]
<i>Benjamin Netanyahu gives in to the demands of the U.S. leader and bans two members of Congress from entering Israel.</i>
The 2020 presidential campaign in progress is a dangerously exciting one catering to Donald Trump's worst instincts. His latest move, calling on Israel to ban two Democratic members of [Read more]
[L]uck is obviously on your side when you wear jeans and meet with Americans and yet, you're still alive because as a child you had the freedom to pull the beard of the creator of the Islamic Republic just for fun.
Israeli Jews have to embrace our American counterparts; we have to hold them tightly, for to exclude them because of who they marry is ultimately self-defeating.
As part of the recently unveiled peace plan in Bahrain, what can Senior White House Adviser Jared Kushner be realistically expected to deliver? Anyone familiar with the intricacies of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict knows full well that staking out a peace plan that only encompasses an economic component will hardly [Read more]
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.