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Yesterday, Lt. General Henry Obering, director of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency, noted that Iran is accelerating its efforts to build long-range missiles. “They’re...

ANOTHER Connecting the Dots EXCLUSIVE More from Jennifer Dyer, a retired Commander, U.S. Naval Intelligence, on the small boat incident in the Persian Gulf:  Recent reports, like this one...

ANOTHER Connecting the Dots EXCLUSIVE Jennifer Dyer, a retired Commander from U.S. Naval Intelligence, responds to readers commenting on her previous post: I do not fully share...

This morning, the New York Times reacted to Iran’s recent naval maneuvers in the Strait of Hormuz. On Monday, U.S. officials reported that five...

Jennifer Dyer, a Commander (Retired) U.S. Naval intelligence offers this analysis as a guest of Connecting the Dots: How should we think about the incident in the...

On Sunday, five armed Iranian speedboats threatened three U.S. Navy warships in the Strait of Hormuz. Before turning back, the Revolutionary Guard boats dropped white...

Since the release of the NIE summary on December 3, the case for engagement with Iran has grown in strength again. While engagement has been...

Following on the recent release of the NIE, Michael Young, an editor of the Lebanese newspaper the Daily Star, sheds light on the real game...

Today’s New York Times reports that Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is a blogger. Mr. Ahmadinejad has tried to touch on most issues that concern him. He...

The more we learn about the National Intelligence Estimate on Iran, the less "confidence” we can have in its sanguine findings about the state of...

Whatever efforts may have been underway to muster new support for a UN resolution expanding sanctions against Iran, the just-released National Intelligence Estimate...

If Iran did halt its nuclear weaponization program in 2003, then we can thank the U.S. military presence in Iraq. Yet the Democrats consider the...