The removal of the MEK from the U.S. government's list of terrorist groups will embolden hardliners in Iran and increase the probability of war.
A Council on Foreign Relations scholar takes on an official who has been described as Obama's "priest" when it comes to drone strikes.
In a leaked video of a speech delivered to a group of fundraisers, the Republican presidential nominee's Iranophobia reached new depths.
What are the sources of simmering hostility toward America that helped fuel these demonstrations?
The protests in the Muslim world can have a powerful clarifying effect.
The eminent journalist tears into the Israeli prime minister and his recent behavior.
A look at the latest episode in the U.S.-Israeli relationship.
If Osama bin Laden were alive today to survey the field of battle, he might not feel his movement was so defeated.
Have you ever, while taking off or landing in an airliner, felt any great confidence that everyone on the flight had actually turned off their cell phones, as instructed?
The latest results should be taken with a grain of salt, but even the most pessimistic of pro-Obama pessimists should feel a mild lightening of spirits.
Just a few quick and disjointed thoughts about President Obama's acceptance speech
Should Obama and his party contort themselves to please the "pro-Israel" crowd? Time will tell.
Romney favors a more confrontational approach towards China and Russia--a stance that might actually run counter to Israeli interests.
Couldn't the GOP presidential candidate do better than spout abstractions?
How certain shifts in perspective could make the world's economic and political ills--including the ongoing Euro crisis--a lot more solvable.
Though he's clearly bad for the Harvard brand, what about the Newsweek/Daily Beast brand?
Let's face it: The Democrats aren't going to win a clear-cut victory in the great Medicare talking-points war they were so looking forward to.