The recent Iranian elections were a sham. They only served to preserve the same theocratic system and the same key players that have ruled Iran for nearly four decades.
A key player keeping Syrian President Assad in power and fueling the sectarian violence in Iraq is undisputedly the theocracy ruling Iran.
Thirteen years ago on August 14th I walked into the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, D.C. to reveal the existence of Natanz and Arak nuclear sites in Iran for the...
Without a firm stance against the Iranian regime’s calculated tactics, Tehran will continue to deceive, distract, and distort.
The Tehran regime and the North Korean government have been engaged in extensive exchange of information and visits by experts on nuclear weapons and nuclear warhead design as...
On Thursday, April 9, the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, scoffed at the ‘framework of understanding’ reached in Lausanne, describing it as “nothing” worth...
Iran nuke talks: Congress has an important role to play to prevent a bad deal with the regime, which could make the undesirable military conflict more likely.
The expected congressional vote on a new sanctions bill against the Iranian regime has rekindled debate over Tehran's nuclear defiance and the best way to confront it.
A 12-year-long outreach program to secure an accord with Tehran to effectively dismantle its nuclear infrastructure failed on Monday, when the United States and its allies...
A year after taking office, Hassan Rouhani, Iran’s so-called “moderate” president, has succeeded in bringing his country closer to the development of nuclear weapons.