Bin Laden’s death marks end of an era in young war on terror
Al Qaeda’s leader evaded capture for nearly a decade, but his death may not mean the end of the war on radical terrorists across the globe.
Khamenei uses fatwa to disguise Iran’s nuclear intentions
Analysis: Iran’s supreme leader wants nuclear weapons and he created a religious-based ruse to deceive the world into joining new exploratory talks.
Iran nuclear talks yield no options
Six world powers — the U.S., U.K., France, China, Russia and Germany — and Iran met Saturday in Istanbul, Turkey to confirm whether Iran is ready to seriously talk about its disputed nuclear program.
White House huddles with Muslim Brotherhood
Analysis: National Security Council says radical Muslim group has “prominent role” to play in Egypt’s political future.
Open mic and less nuclear security
An open-mic comment by President Barack Obama gives the Russians an early Christmas and the American people reason to reject the president’s radical nuclear security strategy.
Iranian proxy a threat to our homeland
Hundreds of terrorists could emerge from the shadows to terrorize America if Israel or the U.S. attack Iran’s nuclear sites.
U.S. needs a winning North Korea strategy
The next U.S. president must embrace a North Korea strategy that denies the rogue atomic-tipped missiles while avoiding a repetition of our recent policy fiascos.
Putin’s czarist ways unsuitable for modern Russia
Vladimir Putin’s return to the Russian presidency could result in domestic upheaval and echoes of the Cold War.
American and Israeli leaders need mutual trust
Netanyahu’s visit with Obama at the White House could prove decisive in the atomic stand-off with Iran.
Assad likely to survive due to Obama’s unwillingness
President Barack Obama declared the U.S. would use “every tool available” to stop the slaughter of innocent Syrians…