As the number of missile-wielding states grows and as the nuclear club expands, the likelihood of a missile being unleashed against the American people or their allies—whether by mistake, miscalculation, or a madman—also grows. Missile defense doesn’t eliminate the danger, but it does give us a fighting chance to confront it.
Alan DowdDecember 7, 2017
Last week, Saudi Arabia accused Lebanon of declaring war against it because of aggression by the Iran-backed Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah. Here’s what you should know about the terrorist group that acts as a “state within a state” in Lebanon.
Joe CarterNovember 13, 2017
Determining when and where to serve “the interest of humanity” is not a science. In a broken world, American policymakers must seek the counsel of the heart and the head, aim for the achievable, and choose the least-bad option.
Alan DowdSeptember 6, 2017
When President George W. Bush declared his “War on Terror,” the face of the enemy was a grainy two-inch picture…
Joshua CayetanoAugust 10, 2017
Iran’s destabilizing actions across the Middle East require powers like the United States to maintain moral bridgeheads against it.
Jean Pierre ChabotAugust 9, 2017
Largely absent from the mainstream media’s barrage against Sebastian Gorka is genuine scholarly discussion of his high-grossing Defeating Jihad.
Mark R. RoyceJuly 20, 2017
Iran has spent billions of dollars a year propping up Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. Why are the two regimes so close? Here’s what you should know about the Syria-Iran alliance.
Joe CarterJune 28, 2017