If We Want to Beat Al Qaeda, We Have to Stop Arming It


We can’t win by aiding our worst enemies.

The Military Empire of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps


Is the Islamic Republic winning the battle for regional hegemony?

Iraq Jihadists in the U.K.


As the region destabilizes, so does security in Britain.

Oil and the Rise of Al-Qaeda 2.0


The citizens of America pay the price for the rise of radicalism abroad.

Iran: ‘We Won. The Americans Have Lost It.’

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks at the Friday prayer ceremony in Tehran

The Islamic Republic asserts its ownership of Syria — and the region.

Syrian Jihad Comes to France


French jihadists return home.

A Young College Grad Calls My Show


A look into the morally confused universe of the youth.

Perpetual Impunity in Syria

US arms Syria militants, risking more bloodshed

Who will be held accountable for crimes against civilians?

UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Quits

Lakhdar Brahimi

Time for the United Nations to throw in the towel?

The Perils of International Idealism


American foreign policy could use a dose of hard-nosed realism.