In the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, specifically the Pulwama district, a suicide bomber rammed a vehicle with explosives into a convoy carrying Indian paramilitary forces.
Israel’s campaign of airstrikes against Iranian military targets in Syria has led Iran to move the bulk of its soldiers and bases away from the Israeli border toward Iraq.
The Made in China 2025 initiative is not just a plan to become a manufacturing superpower, but also a plan to become the global superpower, period—meaning at America’s expense.
The U.S. and Israel share security and economic interests, not just values, and pro-Israel voices need to highlight this point because they too often ignore it.
Under the guise of a straight-news report, New York Times reporter Thomas Erdbrink epitomizes the flawed, dangerous view of Iran that most of the political left, and some of the isolationist-leaning right, hold in three key ways.
Progressive foreign policy is at its core a paradox. It seeks to promote a more peaceful, interdependent, and egalitarian world in which human rights are protected and the developing world can flourish along with a prosperous United States. Yet the thing most capable of making all of that happen—American power in all of its forms, military and otherwise—is what progressives fear and revile the most.
In defending Bashar al-Assad, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has lost all credibility, if she ever had any, to discuss human rights and to define America’s national security interests.
The notion that the United States should be an “honest broker” between Israel and the Palestinians is deeply misguided.
A new report by Israel’s Ministry of Strategic Affairs makes clear what fair-minded people should already know: the BDS movement is not social justice or political activism; rather, it is an attack on Jewish sovereignty.
The Foundation for Defense of Democracies has produced an essential report titled, “Midterm Assessment: The Trump Administration’s Foreign and National Security Policies.”