For too long, Washington has underestimated its leverage.
But could also lead to a consolidation of Tehran’s control.
Tehran doesn’t want Kurdish oil competing with its own.
Meanwhile, a Shiite cleric who fought the U.S. is about to send his followers into the streets.
Even though it was already a capital offense.
Massive energy investment—and drones.
The terrorist group’s prospects do not seem promising.
On the anniversary of the death of a terrorist mastermind, President Biden can learn an important lesson from his predecessor.
All it needs is some American patience and support.
Mustafa al-Kadhimi is slowly trying to free his country from Tehran’s clutches.
For all the power of its militias, Tehran relies on an aura of inevitability.
And America’s shameful silence.
When they think of Islam, they think of Baghdad, not Jerusalem.