Why Did North Korea Just Threaten Israel?
By Samuel Ramani
Has Putin Just Killed the Iran-Russia Air Defense Missile Deal?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
North Korea's Middle East Pivot
By Zachary Keck
Australian Police Seize $510 Million in Drugs, Cash and Assets in Money Laundering Sting
By J.T. Quigley
Why Obama Should Work with Iran on Syria Now
The Russian offer gives the U.S. to engage with Iran on a host of regional issues, including Syria.
What Iranian Terror Threat?
Contrary to a new U.S. report, 2012 demonstrated both Iran’s limited aims and capability to conduct terrorist attacks.
Israel’s Target in Syria Was Hezbollah, Not Assad
Reports indicate that strikes targeted short-range missiles that were awaiting transfer to Hezbollah.
The "Copycat" War: Iran Strikes Back
From cyberstrikes, assassinations, and drone surveillance, Iran seems to copying Western tactics. Retaliation, not escalation, is Tehran’s goal.
Opening Pandora's Box: If Israel Strikes Iran, What About Hezbollah?
Hezbollah, through direct strikes or terrorism, could complicate Israel’s decision to attack Iran and spark an even greater regional crisis.
The Enmity Conspiracy, or How War with Iran Became 'Inevitable'
Trita Parsi argues that a running series of miscalculations, escalations, and assumptions are driving the West and Iran towards open conflict.
Was Bangkok Just the Start?
The alleged Iranian attacks on Israeli diplomats underscore the changing face of terrorism. The fight is increasingly likely to be waged in Asia.