What Really Happened in the Persian Gulf on April 28, 2015?
By Ankit Panda
Iran's Top Spymaster Emerges From Shadows
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Meet Iran’s “Carrier Killer”: The Khalij Fars
While China is well know for its anti-ship weapons, other nations are also investing in such technology.
Iran’s Strategy in the Strait of Hormuz
Iran would have much to lose in closing the strait. If Tehran’s economic security is endangered, it might choose a ‘measured’ response.
Folly of the Iran “Hail Mary” Pass
The Iranian regime won’t last forever. Squeezing Iran tighter through sanctions and the threat of an attack will sour Western ties with its successor and may encourage Tehran to go nuclear.
Five Reasons Not to Attack Iran
Iran would likely be a far more formidable adversary than any the United States has faced in decades. The U.S. should be very wary about launching military strikes.
Iran’s Empty Threats
Iran’s military could probably make life uncomfortable for the U.S. in the Strait of Hormuz. But the downsides far outweigh the advantages of trying.