How a group of Jewish physicists helped the United States beat Nazi Germany in the race for nuclear weapons.
How the president has exploited the international campaign against IS in order to accommodate Iran.
In response to Iran’s almost inevitable nuclear bomb, it’s time for Israel to take its own weaponry out of the basement.
Warning: a detailed proposal for the West’s resumed negotiations with Iran offers immense strategic advantages to the Islamic Republic.
The Iranian nuclear talks are enabling the very goal they were supposed to prevent. Maybe Russia’s threat to disrupt them should be encouraged.
Any deal that allows Tehran to retain centrifuges for uranium enrichment will encourage a nuclear-armed Iran and proliferation throughout the Middle East.
Iran has made it clear that it intends to manipulate the West and continue its nuclear enrichment. Why indulge this charade a moment longer?
The Iranian foreign minister’s global charm offensive continues to bear fruit even as his country’s intentions remain unchanged.
For more than two decades, the Islamic Republic has been able to disguise key aspects of its nuclear program. The West is unlikely to learn. . .
CIA estimates of Iranian nuclear capabilities have been both wrong and politically skewed for a decade. There is no reason to expect them to be more reliable now.
A nuclear Iran, no longer crippled by sanctions, would be able to extend its influence over the entire Persian Gulf—and its control over half of. . .
North Korea, Pakistan, and now Iran owe their nuclear programs, and their protection from international censure, to one source.
Whatever John Kerry may believe about the Geneva accord, Iranian officials claim they signed nothing and have no plans to slow down their nuclear program.
Even without nuclear weapons, and free of economic sanctions, a resurgent Iran would pose a serious threat to regional stability.