The need to govern is real.
A threat to the U.S. and to Israel.
As the war winds down, Iran will be less hesitant to strike back.
As well as to prevent an Islamic State comeback.
Lebanon’s stability is not a U.S. interest.
Stopping the mullahs involves taking risks.
Over the last generation, no foreign government has had more American blood on its hands than Iran’s post-1979 revolutionary theocracy.
Is Assad changing the rules of the game?
America needs to form as broad an international coalition against Tehran as possible—and simultaneously to develop a strategy for the Middle East as a whole.
Without U.S. approval.