More Iran

By Robert Morley, from November 27, 2016 in Analysis »
First, Egypt’s biggest oil supplier cut it off, then Egypt was forced to massively devalue its currency. What does this mean for the future of Egypt and America?
By Callum Wood, from November 10, 2016 in Analysis »
A win for the region’s terrorists and dictators
By Callum Wood, from November 6, 2016 in Analysis »
Iran imprisons more U.S. citizens with heavy jail terms.
By Abraham Blondeau, from October 30, 2016 in Analysis »
Missile attacks will have worldwide consequences.
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from October 12, 2016 in Analysis »
When politics and religion mutually transcend each other
By Callum Wood, from September 30, 2016 in Analysis »
A reminder of who will elect Iran’s next president, and where he will take the country.
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from September 27, 2016 in Analysis »
Using rogue nations as allies and diplomacy as a cover, the Islamic Republic is exporting its revolution to Central and South America.
By Callum Wood, from September 14, 2016 in Analysis »
Could ongoing protests lead to social breakdown?
By Abraham Blondeau, from October 5, 2016 in Featured »
It is the foundation of world order. What happens if it crumbles?
By Gerald Flurry, from September 10, 2016 in Top Stories 2 »
Iran is focused on America and the Jewish nation of Israel, unaware that a rising German-led superpower already has it surrounded.