A range of U.S. policies have been deliberately designed to provoke an Iranian response.
Twenty candidates were questioned at the first Democratic debate. Here’s what they didn’t say, but should have.
Trump is the only one who can talk himself out of war with Iran.
The only upside to Bolton’s dangerous aggression toward Iran is that it may put him too far out in front of Trump.
Trump’s bullying worked with Canada, has half-worked with Iran and North Korea, but has had nothing but malign impact on Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Division in the ranks of the conservative movement is a critical sign that a war with Iran isn’t inevitable.
The hard-right national security adviser successfully tanked the Iran deal. His next target? The North Korea talks.
Trump believes he can simultaneously capture a Nobel Peace Prize for North Korea while leaping toward war with Iran.
An under-the radar gathering at the White House exposes troubling new drifts in U.S. foreign policy.
For evangelicals, Trump’s hard right line on Israel and machinations against Iran make him an instrument of the endtimes.
It was light on foreign policy specifics, but heavy on red meat for Trump’s racist supporters.
Regardless of the future of the demonstrations, the government must deal with long-standing economic tension.
Iranians are protesting conditions worsened by U.S. policies, but Washington’s hawks see only an opportunity for regime change.
The administration is trying to sideline the Palestinian issue to clear the way for an anti-Iran coalition between Israel and Saudi Arabia
Slapping sanctions onto three different countries with vastly different foreign policy challenges doesn’t work in the real world, Phyllis Bennis tells The Real News.