Warren Reinsch

EU Just Days Away From Sanctioning Iran

Europe’s first step in holding Iran accountable for nuclear belligerence

Israel adds another layer to its aerial defense shield.

What to expect from Ismail Qaani’s leadership

Economic resurgence of the Jewish state in the past, present and future

Iran’s ploy to control the Horn of Africa

Iran pushes to drive out U.S. military presence in Iraq.

Islamists threaten to hijack internal ethnic and religious division.

And the rising power of the Iran-backed militias

Chasing the pawn—neglecting the king

Several nations are set to embark on maritime security missions in response to Iranian aggression.

Europe urges Iran to halt production of ‘nuclear-capable ballistic missiles,’ which are ‘inconsistent’ with the nuclear deal.

Why the protests will not succeed in toppling Iran’s Islamic regime

Berlin wants to lead negotiations in Libya, as Iran moves in.

Europe adopts an active role in Middle East maritime security.

The increased lethality, consistency and precision of Iran’s missile push

Israel has a powerful and uncompromising ‘deep state,’ just like America and Britain.

How this radical Islamic alliance will reshape world events

Piracy lingers in one of the world’s important waterways.

Jordanian relationship in decline

The terrorist threat on the Red Sea continues to worsen.

Nuclear enrichment at Fordow facility resumes.

How the protests revealed Iran’s iron-fisted subjugation of Iraq.

The real threat intensifies as the United States fixates on a distraction.

Is this President Trump’s Green Movement moment?

The important trade artery is flanked by Iran-backed militias on one side and a large Iranian military base on the other.

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