October 28, 2012
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.
October 06, 2012
How Politics Nuked Iran’s Economy
For the leaders of the Islamic Republic, the real enemy is within.
July 25, 2012
China Moves Forward on Cybersecurity Policy
Despite a new policy opinion, Chinese cyber-security suffers from some of the same problems as the United States.
June 26, 2012
Is U.S. in Iran Cyber War?
A series of revelations suggest that the U.S. and Israel are engaged in a cyber war with Iran. If true, any hope of progress in talks over Iran’s nuclear program could be jeopardized.
June 07, 2012
Stuxnet and Flame: Take a Breath
Revelations over Stuxnet should prompt an open discussion over cyber weapons. They probably won’t.
January 13, 2012
Are Iran Assassinations Working?
The assassination of another Iranian nuclear scientist raises the question of whether such a program can work.
December 29, 2011
A Tough Cyber Year
From Stuxnet to Anonymous, it has been a year of high-profile cyber attacks. Expect plenty more in 2012.
December 15, 2011
Yes, Obama May Call Iran Strike
A former top Obama adviser on the Middle East says the president is serious when he says all options remain open. Just look at his track record.
December 10, 2011
Was Russia Behind Stuxnet?
The U.S. and Israel are widely assumed to be responsible for the Stuxnet computer worm that hit Iran’s nuclear facilities. But Moscow has just as good a motive.
December 03, 2010
Iran and the P5+1: Dual Track Clash
October 21, 2010
Was China Behind Stuxnet?
A leading analyst talks about Stuxnet, cyber warfare and whether the West is prepared for a cyber attack.
October 04, 2010
Stuxnet in China
The arrival of Stuxnet raises interesting questions about China’s own cyber war capabilities.