Biden has said that he wants to take a more conciliatory approach with Iran, but the Iran-al-Qaida relationship makes that challenging.
Suddenly, Iran's ayatollahs are on the offensive once again.
Recently sent to publishing house Rowman & Littlefield, the fifth edition of the World Almanac of Islamism has been completed.
[T] president has one unresolved China item on his desk that could be his administration's most consequential China policy yet: a formal finding, under the Genocide Convention, of genocide in Xinjiang.
Given the curvature of the Earth, as well as the speed, altitude, and maneuverability of hypersonics, the only way to provide coverage is to place sensors in orbit around the Earth.
[T]he Israel-Morocco deal should also be seen as a boon for the incoming Biden administration
For decades, America’s close military, diplomatic, economic, and other ties with Israel have generated vast benefits for both sides. At a time of such hopeful change but also serious challenge across the Middle East, it’s a relationship that each should nourish carefully, avoiding the unnecessary missteps that can cause significant damage.
Last month, in an about-face that was as astonishing as it was abrupt, Xi Jinping told Asian leaders that China is “actively considering” joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (CPTPP)
Through last week's killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Israel was signaling to Iran's nuclear scientists that their chosen vocation could turn out to be downright hazardous to their health.
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