There will be serious political, economic, and military repercussions should Iran be ‘rehabilitated’ back into international society.
We are all invited to the theater of the grotesque.
Saudi Arabia has intervened against the Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen, and in doing so opened up a new proxy front between the bitter regional rivals.
There have been three bouts of bad news for global commodity prices over the past week, all of which are putting more downside pressure on already deflated prices.
A map of the major antagonists in Yemen following the recent fall of Taiz to Houthi rebels.
Washington just lost its ‘boots on the ground’ on the next major front in the war against Sunni extremism.
Negotiations are heating up as Iran and the P5+1 enter the final week ahead of a March 31st deadline for a framework deal.
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part four focuses on Islamic State and Iraq.
There are two takeaways for US policymakers from the Iraqi army’s advance towards Tikrit. One is encouraging, and the other is not.
Had Bashar al-Assad gone into exile, the ISIS Caliphate would be based in Damascus rather than the middle of nowhere.