Efraim Halevy vacillates between pragmatic and foolish, with a slight tilt towards foolish.
Compared to other interventions, Syria is far more complicated. But the U.S. may not be able to wait forever.
The U.S. and Iranian navies are again beating their chests in the Persian Gulf.
One of the smallest countries in Europe holds some of the biggest complexes on the continent. Here's why.
What's on the mind of the ole' Ayatollah. Oh, you know, the usual.
Despite the hype, Israel won't attack Iran before the U.S. election
After an Iranian scientist says his country was the victim of yet another cyber attack, the Ministry of Communications has threatened to shut down the Internet entirely for all 75 million people.
Robert Zoellick's appointment as head of Romney's National Security transition team has angered Neocons, but is a major win to policy pragmatists everywhere.