War and religious conflict in the 1600s between Ottomans and Persians still have consequences for politics and beliefs in the Middle East today.
Justin RoySeptember 21, 2017
The point is not that one nation-state attacked another. It is precisely that the Caliphate attacked one of the cities in… let’s call it the Cosmopolis, the collection of cities that are the capitals of what was once Christendom.
Susannah BlackNovember 1, 2016
Berman’s Iran’s Deadly Ambition reveals that the Iranian threat has never emanated from Iran’s nuclear program, but rather from the Iranian regime itself.
Jessica MeyersJuly 8, 2016
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