A Reply To ‘Reading Megillah in Tehran’

Asking whether Jews in Iran are really free to celebrate

For Gulf Allies, Obama’s Turn Away From the Region Looks Like a Gift to Tehran

Disengagement from a region whose power structures are predicated on American management is a recipe for disaster

Iran’s Ramped-Up Cold War With Israel Is a Sign of Tehran’s Weakness, Not Strength

As the war in Syria deepens sectarian splits among Muslims, Iran’s choice to send rockets to Gaza is a sign the emperor has no clothes

How China Is Behind the Nuclear Program of Iran—and Every Other Rogue State

Beijing proved masterful at enabling Pyongyang to expand its program, and did the same for Pakistan. Now it’s Tehran’s turn.

Iran Bolts Nuclear Talks After U.S. Blacklists Companies

A wrinkle in the nuclear deal emerges, plus advice from Billy Joel

U.S. Blindspot Shows on the Iran Nuclear Deal

Administration still unconvinced of the danger of Iran’s regional ambitions

In Iraq’s Kurdish Zone, Israelis and Long-Hidden Jews See Hope for Revived Ties

The prospect of an independent Kurdistan raises the possibility of renewing an alliance in Iran’s backyard

Before the Revolution Explores the Sheltered Fantasy Lives Led by Israelis in Iran

Dan Shadur talks about his new documentary about life under the Shah, and his parents’ golden years in Tehran

Sundown: Iranian Nuclear Facility Damaged?

Plus Joan Rivers the octogenarian, Jonah Lehrer is back, and more

The Israeli Version of ‘Argo’ Is Even Better

The unbelievable story of Israel’s last military diplomat in Iran

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