Callum Wood

Kuwait Expels Iranian Diplomats

Did Kuwait just forfeit the role of moderator?

Stark analysis from a former defense chief

Has the region’s peacemaker chosen sides?

Top general celebrates ‘hundreds of thousands’ of new associations.

Can Israeli politicians prevent a divided capital?

The new religion is ‘no religion.’

The Iranians are increasing their production of nuclear-capable missiles.

Without considering tomorrow, Australians are shouldering alarming levels of debt.

A political system rife with Chinese bribery, coercion, espionage and blackmail

Iran has almost locked in its ‘Shia Crescent’ foreign-policy objective.

A fracturing Gulf alliance could help reshape the Middle East.

Should Australia simply ‘keep calm and carry on’?

An Australian sheikh is warning that radical Islam is infiltrating the country.

But it’s the accompanying leadership from Iran’s Jerusalem Force general that bears vigilance.

Australia condones the division of American society.

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