After the U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran, despite the fact that some European countries have shown a tendency to stay in the JCPOA, events now transpiring show that Europe will have to choose between the United States and the real Islamic state, Iran, which is drowning in civil unrest amid an economic crisis. Shares
In the leadup to the Free Iran Gathering of 2018 on June 30 in Paris, several Iranian dissident groups put together panels to discuss the situation in the Islamic theocracy and the eventual collapse of the regime in Tehran. Shares
This Saturday, some 100,000 Iranian exiles will descend on Paris for the annual Free Iran Gathering, sponsored by the National Council of Resistance of Iran. The delegates are gathering at a time when every measure of the coming end of the Iranian regime is moving in the right direction -- in numbers, effectiveness, attention and even the gravitas of the speakers. Shares
The protest that shook the world on Dec. 28 in Mashhad, Iran's second-largest city, and quickly spread throughout the country has picked up steam in the last few days -- this time in Tehran. Shares
It has been quite humorous watching the Ukrainian government deal with the prospect of an anti-corruption court being stood up in Kyiv, per the IMF's demands, in order to release further aid. Shares
Take it from one who has just been there: For all the media hand-wringing and pro-Palestinian forces at the U.N. and in Europe, Israel is stronger than ever. Shares
This past May, in order to pump up its new initial coin offering, or ICO, social media giant ASKfm sponsored four experienced Ukrainian climbers to scale Mount Everest and leave behind a wallet containing one million ASKT coins that the company valued at $50,000.
According to reports, the Lebanese are corrupting the Beirut airport and facilitating the smuggling of weapons and drugs, and enabling the transition of pro-Iranian fighters to other countries from the civil wars in the Middle East. Shares
Anyone who has visited the Temple Mount in the center of the old city of Jerusalem in the last decade must acknowledge the obvious: Jerusalem is the indisputable capital of Israel. Shares
Satellite imagery and new analysis from Israeli intelligence firm ImageSat International (ISI), dated June 3, suggested the Chinese surface-to-air missile systems on Woody Island, in the Paracel Islands, may have been removed or relocated, The South China Morning Post reported. Shares
As the world deals with rampant totalitarianism after the foreign policy failures of the disastrous Obama administration and the undermining of American leadership, it is becoming all too common to see dictatorships use religion or rabid nationalism to hide their real agenda. Shares
The Afghan government declared this week that Taliban operations span the entire country, contradicting a recent briefing by Gen. John Nicholson, the outgoing commander of Resolute Support and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan. Shares
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov was in Pyongyang Thursday, greeted with much fanfare on his way to talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. It's a little drop-by that reveals many things about Russia, its priorities in Northeast Asia and its approach to the crisis on the Korean peninsula. Shares
It's time to tell the truth about Turkey. Under the Islamist government of Recep Erdogan, Turkey is no longer an ally of the United States. It's membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is a fraud. Turkey cannot be trusted.
As President Trump takes on the globalist scourge that has savaged the American middle class, it is instructive to look at other areas of the world where the so-called "Soros prescription" is alive and well. Shares
In the oath of office given to an officer of the U.S. military, he is required to defend the U.S. Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Shares
As the battles between world powers over the African continent heat up, African nations themselves are going to have to choose. Do we attempt to establish democracy and follow the rule of law, or do we go down the path of emulating and colluding with totalitarian nations? Shares
There was so much hope in January 2009 when Barack Obama took office. Shares
The decision to seize "Krim," as it is pronounced in Russian and Ukrainian, marked the beginning of the end of any faint hopes the Putin government wanted a relationship with the West.