Can the US-Iran nuclear deal hold?
The great game with Iran is the oldest and the most interesting example of the US exerting its dominance towards becoming not just energy independent,... Read More
Is Yemen the new Saudi-Iran battleground?
What the two sides – Saudi Arabia, on the one hand, and Iran on the other – are doing is, in effect, engaging in a new... Read More
Iran, not ISIS, is the real menace
The nuclear deal may in fact embolden Iran to continue its subversive activities. But it can also allow Iran to turn a page in its... Read More
The future of (nuclear) war
The taboo against the use of nuclear weapons is fading as newer nuclear powers consider whether to use them as they would any other tools... Read More
Iran, Israel and the bomb
The real issue raised by the dispute between President Obama and Netanyahu – one that should transcend politics – is whether it is possible to... Read More
Iran – a crisis averted?
Should Iran abide by the terms of an agreement restricting its nuclear program, then the resulting benefits in terms of peace and stability could have... Read More
Temperance in the Arab Spring – averting catastrophe through great power politics
The world’s most politically volatile region, the Middle East, has been stabilised through the collective common sense of three Great Powers – the United States,... Read More
Israel and Iran – a love story?
When war between Israel and Iran seemed imminent, Israeli graphic designer Ronny Edry shared a poster on Facebook of himself and his daughter with a... Read More
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