The Middle East analyst stops by to talk about his recent blockbuster essay in Mosaic.
America is a story of freedom, not simply an abstraction.
He saved thousands of Jews from the Nazis.
Iran’s leaders see negotiations with the West not as a route to rapprochement but as a more advantageous form of conflict. So far, they are winning.
The collapse of sanctions against Iran since the interim deal highlights their weakness as a tool of coercion—especially in the hands of irresolute American leadership.
By partnering with Iran to fight al-Qaeda, the United States has empowered both Shia and Sunni extremists at the expense of more moderate forces.
The Obama administration may be poised to make further concessions to Iran in one-on-one negotiations. The Hollande administration remains committed to blocking them.
Yesterday’s car bomb in a Hizballah stronghold is only the latest sign of a civil war between Sunnis and Shiites stretching from Baghdad to Beirut—with. . .
Solid bipartisan majorities in both houses of Congress, along with the American public, support increased pressure on Iran. Will the Obama administration listen?