Iran

Iran's Missiles are the Real Threat

It is important that the U.S. and its allies focus on the ballistic missile threat and see the nuclear program as part of a wider weapons system, instead of allowing Iran to pretend that each part of its weapons program is independent.

If Biden, Then What, on Iran?

Given the regime's strategy of nuclear incrementalism, there is no reason to believe Tehran will tone down its regional escalation just to please a new U.S. administration eager for diplomacy.

Beware a Russian 'October Surprise' in Syria

Russia seeks to leverage the Iranian threats in Iraq to pressure the U.S., while pushing on the Syrian front. This strategy in a sense creates a two-front push against the U.S. in the region and forces Washington to choose.

Iranian Laborers Need Our Help

Iran champions itself as standing for the "oppressed," but it is in fact one of the world's worst oppressors.

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