More Israeli Elections: What Happens Now?

by Mitchell Plitnick Former Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has succeeded in bringing down Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government before it formed. The elections held in April mean little now, although that Knesset will remain in place until September 17, when… Continue Reading  

American Militarism, Its Agents, and Its Next Target: Iran

by Shaahed Pooyandeh and Setareh Shohadaei A dangerous, insidious public relations campaign has begun to prepare Western public opinion for economic and military intervention in Iran.

Military Spending and Arms Imports by Iran, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE

by Pieter D. Wezeman and Alexandra Kuimova Tense relations between Iran, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are a major cause for concern regarding stability, security and peace in the Gulf region and in the Middle East… Continue Reading  

Will Iran Adopt a “Massive Retaliation” Doctrine?

by Abdolrasool Divsallar On May 15, Iran announced that it would stop implementing some of its obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA) as a first response against U.S. sanctions. Additionally, the growing military threat… Continue Reading  

A War Without Allies

by Mark Perry In late May of 1944, rubbed raw by his country’s disagreements with the Americans over war strategy, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill turned to Gen. Dwight Eisenhower. “There’s only one thing worse than fighting a war with… Continue Reading