Two decades later.
In the wake of elections, Iran is tightening its grip.
They’ve lost many battles, but not the war.
The U.S. must act to restrain Russia, Iran, and al-Qaeda.
We may not be able to pry Pakistan from its paranoid dependency on jihadism, but we don’t have to fund it.
Neither Turkey nor Russia can deliver an outcome that benefits America.
What we’ve gotten right, and what we’ve gotten wrong.
What the Abbottabad documents reveal.
Even if Iran and Russia abide by its terms.
Jerusalem must maintain its covenant with the Druze while staying out of the Syrian civil war.
The American public wouldn’t want al-Qaeda’s major supporter to have nuclear weapons.
Over the last generation, no foreign government has had more American blood on its hands than Iran’s post-1979 revolutionary theocracy.
Poems take up nearly one fifth of many al-Qaeda magazines.