King Salman will surely share Saudi Arabia's concerns about Iran when he meets with President Obama Friday, but they range well beyond just the nuclear deal.
Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump told CNN the United States would be obliged to defend Iran against an Israeli attack under the terms of the nuclear deal reached between the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, France, China, Germany and I
A senior Iranian military official has vowed to "set fire" to all U.S. interests in the region and maintained that the Islamic Republic welcomes war with America, according to regional reports demonstrating that Tehran is still committed to fight
"Well, because republicans who hold elected office are beholden to big defense contractors and weapons makers. You see, when they run for office, republicans get a lot of campaign contributions from companies who profit from foreign wars, invasion
Two More Senators Endorse Deal, Boosting Filibuster Possibility
For many of the moral arguments against such a deal also applied to the Soviet Union and Mao's China in the Nixon-Kissinger era.
Though they're rivals on the campaign trail, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are teaming up for a joint attack on President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.
Two Indian warships entered an Iranian port on Thursday as part of a "goodwill visit to strengthen the bilateral relations" between the two countries, the Indian government said on Friday.
One hundred percent of Israel's military capability against Iran was wiped off the face of the earth with these upgraded S-300s
A good cop/bad cop routine by the US and Israel was in fact a strategy to get crippling sanctions against Iran approved by the UN Security Council
When something big happens in the foreign policy world--especially a political issue that requires a vote in Congress--advocates try to shore up their positions with what are called, in public relations terms, "validators."
Today's front-page piece masquerades as news analysis, while pushing a neoconservative agenda.
Iran's oil minister says his country supports calls for an emergency OPEC meeting to explore ways to shore up the price of oil, but even without such an effort, Tehran is willing to regain its market share "at any cost."
Obama faces a Republican-led Congress set on blocking his agenda. Nothing new there. He's trying to round up support for a nuclear deal with Iran that even some in his own party oppose, led by Senator Charles Schumer, a New York Democrat
Iran says it will increase oil production at any cost even as crude prices in the U.S. fall towards $40 a barrel. Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert reports on "First Up."
State Media Reports Slain Were Civilians, Israel Insists Five Were Terrorists