Mohammed bin #Salman Is the Next #Saddam Hussein – Years before Saddam became #Washington’s chief foe, he enjoyed significant support from the #UnitedStates and other Western countries. #MBS

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is reportedly shocked over the backlash to his government’s killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. In a recent phone call with U.S. President … Read More

How Obama’s Asia Pivot Nudged China Toward Pakistan but Helped Aggravate India

How Obama’s Asia Pivot Nudged China Toward Pakistan but Helped Aggravate India By Murtaza Hussain After many disastrous years spent trying to shape the Middle East, the Obama administration has … Read More

Kashmir and Palestine: The story of two occupations

By Goldie Osuri Goldie Osuri is the author of Religious Freedom in India: Sovereignty and (Anti) Conversion. The growing pockets of solidarity expressed for Kashmiris are heartening, as is the … Read More

Iran nuclear data leak giving US headache: Top Iran nuclear official

The top Iranian nuclear energy official says the fallout from the recent leak of confidential information about Iran’s nuclear program to the media has entangled the United States. Speaking to … Read More

Iran, Pakistan relations strategic: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran and Pakistan enjoy “strategic” relations, adding that necessary grounds for cooperation between the two countries are growing in different sectors. “Relations between … Read More

Revolutionary Guard: Mullah Mansour Met with Iranian Officials 2 Months Before his Death

A website linked to the Revolutionary Guard has admitted that Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour had conducted negotiations during the two months of his stay in Iran despite the Iranian … Read More