The Israelis and the Americans are zeroing in on a strike option that has a real chance of deterring the mullahs -- and defusing Mitt Romney's attacks.
How Israel's prime minister is stacking his cabinet for a strike on Iran.
This time, it's Western politicians, not Arabian sheikhs, who are roiling the oil markets.
Why Israel and the United States should keep their disagreements to themselves.
What the Cuban Missile Crisis can teach us about stopping Iran.
An Iranian group's lobbying campaign to get removed from the U.S. list of terror organizations looks to be a success. But what does that say about the state of politics in Washington?
The Iranian nuclear program is a complex threat to international peace and stability. In this ambitious paper, former national security advisor Stephen J. Hadley says that stopping it requires an equally complex and sophisticated strategy.
Shirin Ebadi, Iran's leading human rights activist, explains why on attack on the country's nuclear program is just what the mullahs have been yearning for.
The reason the Quds Force is talking about supporting Bashar al-Assad.
Mitt Romney has adopted Benjamin Netanyahu's dangerous timetable for war.
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy would echo the best of America’s bipartisan traditions. But the desperate Obama caricature of it is just a sad indication of how much the president has failed.
What the meeting in Tehran says about America's standing in the Middle East.
Should Americans really worry about the Non-Aligned Movement, a relic of the Cold War whose purpose is no longer clear?
Opponents of an Israeli strike on Iran have focused their ire on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But it's his hawkish defense minister, Ehud Barak, who is really driving the talk of war.
Everyone calm down: Israel is not going to bomb Iran. Well, at least not in 2012.
What's behind the "new" intelligence on Iran's nuclear program.
Sorry, folks: America just doesn't care about freedom or Arab-Israeli peace all that much.