So long as they go unpunished, the ayatollahs will escalate.
Tehran has chosen a middle ground between war and peace.
A Saudi counterattack on Iran could be more dangerous than an American one.
Now isn’t the time to back down.
An imprisoned Saudi dissident’s wife speaks out against anti-Semitism.
“We want to march forward; you can continue to march backward for as long as you wish.”
A sign of the slow pace of reform.
The pointlessness of peace deals.
Unlike in 1959, Saudi Arabia doesn’t seem to object.
Both Riyadh and Ramallah may be encouraging the Arabs of eastern Jerusalem to choose Israel.
The latest in a long series of aggressive and unprovoked military actions.
And for Israel.
Including pressure on Saudi Arabia to stop exporting extremism.
Neither the White House nor Congress has the right approach.