Biden Faces His First Disasters in Yemen and Afghanistan

If the Biden administration isn’t careful, it could soon find itself confronting at least two major disasters in the broader Middle East. The first: the permanent entrenchment in Yemen of an Iranian-backed Houthi regime—a version of Hezbollah on the Arabian

On April 11, what appears to be an explosion at Iran’s main Natanz nuclear facility, widely suspected to be the result of Israeli sabotage, set back recent advances in Tehran’s ability to enrich uranium quickly and on a large scale

America’s Middle East Allies Unite Against Iran, See Start of Talks as ‘Betrayal’ By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON The renewal of indirect talks last week between the United States and Iran to revive the 2015 nuclear deal—the Joint Comprehensive Plan of

Ex-National Security Adviser Warns: ‘Iran Has Ability To Harm Us Significantly’ By TOI Staff Amid a build-up in tensions, former national security adviser Yaakov Amidor warned on Monday that Tehran has the capability to inflict serious damage on Israel, which