California congressman says if war with Iran comes, let’s use nukes
Americans are also wary of military action against Iran, even if diplomatic efforts fall through
A grueling all-nighter for the Secretary of State, charges of foolishness for the President
Of croissants and centrifuges, and the struggle to seal a deal
A diatribe against Israel and the U.S. stokes fears about whether Iran can be trusted
Video highlighting some of the most compelling moments from the annual gathering of world leaders
Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) asks Chuck Hagel when he stopped beating his wife during the SecDef confirmation hearing.
A new report shows that America did not have a method for accurately sourcing at least a billion dollars worth of fuel purchased by America for Afghanistan’s Army and security forces. Policy changes were undertaken in November.
For decades, Republican presidential candidates enjoyed a predictable advantage over Democrats on foreign policy. But not in 2012. An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows President Barack Obama holding a steady 10-point lead …
In marking Holocaust Remembrance Day , President Obama on Monday announced new sanctions targeting governments that use new technologies, such as cell phone and internet tracking, to carry out human rights abuses. The sanctions were aimed mostly at Iran and Syria, who have used new technologies to track dissidents.
“We need to be …
What a difference a year makes. Last year when President Barack Obama stood before the crowd at the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee’s annual policy conference in Washington, he was on his heels, reeling from a week of …
In Washington, D.C., Iran seems to be on everyone’s minds.
Republican strategists Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie this week made the case in an op-ed in Foreign Policy that in order to win the White House, the eventual GOP nominee should focus on international affairs rather than the domestic economy. “The Republican candidate should …
Most political analysts in Washington believe that war with Iran is unlikely, especially before the November U.S. elections. Politically it would be hard for President Obama to engage in another Middle Eastern war given the