Post Tagged with: "iran"
The crux of Waltz’s argument is that “power begs to be balanced.” He suggests that “Israel’s nuclear monopoly has long fueled instability in the Middle East.” I’m no fan of Israeli nukes, but I don’t think the warheads are the primary source of Israeli unpopularity.Read more ›
The discursive frameworks that the P5+1 talks are predicated on do not bode well for future negotiations. The West is a veritable echo chamber of calls for regime change in Iran and its actions to date demonstrate that it does not consider Iran an equal partner.Read more ›
It has long since become cliché to wax poetic about the momentous changes that are now sweeping the Middle East.Read more ›
Over the weekend, Coptic Christians all over the world mourned the death of their Church’s leader, known as Shenouda III, Pope of Alexandria.Read more ›