Callum Wood

Iran Election: Ready for Reform?

Why Rouhani can’t and won’t change Iran

Australia is ‘sleepwalking’ in a deadly new world.

The falling-out between Germany and Turkey could pave the way for stronger German-Jordanian relations.

The return of the Taliban is tied to the fall of America.

Is it just a powerful missile defense system that the Jewish nation lacks?

Iran’s military is preparing for a major overhaul.

Russia is quietly taking the Arctic, and the United States is doing nothing.

The former president’s announcement could be a game changer for upcoming elections.

Largest haul of crystal methamphetamine ever recovered in the nation’s history

New evidence emerges that Tehran is infiltrating Bahrain.

Terrorists again target a vital part of Egypt’s economy.

Former U.S. ambassador to Israel warns of coming war in Gaza.

Hamas restocks with upgraded armaments.

Another indicator that American ‘soft power’ in the Middle East was too soft

From the ashes of Iraq rises the kingdom of Iran.

Who stands to benefit?

The dangers of Hezbollah’s weapons autonomy

With the Syrian civil war in hand, Iran is setting its sights on a bigger goal.

Upgrades to old weapons reveal Iran’s military strategy.

Will disputes over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam spill over into conflict—or something else?

A partnership of nuclear proportions

As Australia and New Zealand burn, overheat, shake and flood, can we afford to pass it off as the repercussions of global warming?

How elections and escalating tensions with Donald Trump will make it difficult for Hassan Rouhani to win a second term

Australasia needs a replacement for America—and there is only one possible candidate.

An unshackled Netanyahu is now free to act without worry of U.S. retribution.