The U.S. should continue sanctions against Iran and its newly-elected president, says Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.).
The U.S.’s Syrian policy is unclear said Tony Badran, fellow at the Foundation of Defense of Democracies (FDD) on Wednesday at a House hearing.
Unrest in Mali, Libya, Egypt, and Syria has allowed Al-Qaeda offshoots to accumulate money, arms, and regional influence.
It is increasingly difficult for Iranians to access popular websites like Google, Facebook, and YouTube to find information about the elections outside of state-run and semi-official news outlets.
A UN human rights expert Tuesday voiced serious concern about the escalating rate of executions in Iran.
“If Israel is one day forced to protect themselves we will stand with Israel,” said Graham.
UN experts speak out against “disturbing” mass arrests and detention of Iranian journalists.
Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski said Monday that if continued negotiations fail to produce a satisfactory outcome for the U.S. regarding Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the country will be forced to choose the lesser of evils in a complicated, uncertain crisis. Speaking before The National Iranian American Council and the Arms Control Association, Brzezinski said the [...]
Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq James Jeffrey argued Thursday that the Obama administration has not done an adequate job of explaining to the American people the implications of the war against Al-Qaeda, particularly drone warfare. “This is a complex issue that has now crystallized in the criticism of the drone,” Jeffrey said during an appearance [...]
Former Head of the Mossad Efraim Halevy said today that he understands Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s need to draw a red line on Iran, but doubted its effectiveness. “Generally speaking we have very bad experience with red lines,” said Halevy during an event with reporters in downtown Washington, D.C.. “Israel has drawn red lines on [...]