Obama’s departure ended the period of appeasement and golden opportunities for Tehran’s mullahs. The road ahead promises to be very difficult.
The mullahs have good reason to fear cooperation between the U.S. and the Iranian opposition.
The power struggle between the Iranian regime’s factions is merely a dispute over usurping a larger share of plundering the Iranian people’s resources.
The Ayatollah Khamanei and his allies are seriously concerned that a repeat of the 2009 Green Revolution could be triggered by the upcoming presidential election.
As the world celebrates International Women's Day, Iran sinks deeper into misogyny and oppression of women.
Khamenei is aware that he cannot show weakness to his dwindling social base, already terrified of major changes in the new U.S. administration’s policies vis-à-vis Iran.
With the death of Rafsanjani, Tehran’s religious dictatorship suffered a devastating blow. How will the West respond?
Execution is an indispensable and vital element of the domestic policy of the clerical regime ruling Iran.
When talking about Islamic extremism, Iran is definitely the No. 1 foreign policy challenge.
Boeing is eagerly cutting deals with the Iranian mullahs -- with the support of the Obama administration.