Despite the initial timeline of six months to a year for nuclear negotiations, Iran talks will most likely continue to stall as a result of the policies of the current administration and its allies.
After 50 days of obvious failure, it's time to consider an approach that might work against ISIS: Get American special forces on the ground with the Sunni Arabs themselves. The only other alternative is to resign ourselves to living with an Al Qaeda state and army.
After the Russians reneged on their contract to provide the S-300 system to Iran, our professionals designed and built a long-range missile system with the capabilities of the S-300.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s railings against the threat of militant Islam, while possibly resonant with the American people, are unlikely to affect President Obama, who has ultimately proven uninterested in the Middle East, during their meeting today at the White House.
The al Houthi siege on Sana'a on September 21 sets a dangerous precedent that could lead to the repartition of Yemen. The al Houthis, whether intentionally or not, have set Yemen on a path that puts the existence of an essential U.S. counterterrorism partner on the table.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is ultimately a creature of this regime, and as such, his domestic polices and diplomatic outreach will inevitably aim to preserve the Islamic republic rather than to change it from within.
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