Yesterday, Iranian terrorist proxies, the Houthi, attacked a Saudi Aramco petroleum-distribution plant at Jeddah, setting a storage facility on fire.
Iran’s economic fortunes — and its strategic ambitions — are already expanding, even ahead of any new deal with the West, thanks to the soaring world price of oil.
Assessing the Iranian threat…;
...and Tehran's strategic ambitions…;
...as the White House mulls bringing the IRGC in from the cold;
the Islamic Republic versus the internet, continued;
Iranian-Saudi talks fizzle
Israel has publicly tip-toed around Russia’s invasion. Since Russia crossed Ukraine’s border in late February, Jerusalem has studiously avoided blaming Russian President Vladimir Putin by name.
As Ukraine burns, Russia is manipulating Biden into accepting a weak new Iran nuclear deal. But haven’t we learned that appeasement doesn’t work?
As the world is distracted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and while President Joe Biden condemns Vladimir Putin on the world stage -- the U.S. is in talks with Kremlin negotiators to revive the agreement with the Islamic fundamentalist leaders of Iran.