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On a practical level, the new National Intelligence Estimate makes it less likely than ever—and it was never that likely to begin with—that the Bush...

A new National Intelligence Estimate states that Iran halted its nuclear-weapons program in 2003. Just two years ago, a previous NIE had stated that the intelligence...

What is Iran really up to? Here is a well-informed guess, codified in a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) produced by the the Office of the Director...

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s September 24 speech at Columbia University seems like ancient history. The news media has long since turned its attention to...

I recently spent a week in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia as part of a delegation of American policy wonks and former...

What difference will it make now that Ali Larijani is no longer Iran's nuclear negotiator? None, at least to Italian PM Romano Prodi. After welcoming...

EU foreign policy czar Javier Solana is in Rome today to meet with Said Jalili, the new Iranian nuclear negotiator, and to bid farewell to...

Today, Iran’s government announced that Ali Larijani, the country’s chief nuclear negotiator since 2005, had resigned, effective immediately. The official IRNA news agency stated that...

“We got a leader in Iran who has announced that he wants to destroy Israel,” said President Bush in response to a question during his...

Under the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stands guilty of incitement to genocide....

Nothing that happened during Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's appearance at Columbia in any way changes the moral calculus involved in the question of whether the Iranian president...

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s claim that “we don’t have homosexuals in Iran” should be taken, like his wish to wipe Israel off the map, as a serious...