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1. Understanding the Russia-Iran-Israel Triangle

2. US Policy Towards the Yemeni Conflict Must Change

3. Iran talks are likely going nowhere

4. The time is ripe for an Israeli-Moroccan honeymoon, though it might not last forever

5. Israel, the US, and the Iranian Nuclear project – back to basics

6. The Nuclear Talks in Vienna: Biden’s Legacy at Stake

7. Why is Iran returning to the negotiating table?

8. Iran’s Intimidation of Azerbaijan Must Be Answered

9. Israel Must Actively Oppose US Return to the JCPOA

10. What does the Deraa surrender mean for Iran and Russia in Syria?

11. From Saigon to Kabul: Losing the Battle, Winning the War

12. The Road to Natanz Runs Through Beirut

13. Yemen Offers Clues as to US Regional Strategy and the Abilities of Anti-Iran Forces

14. Iran digs deep in hollowed-out Syria

15. Turkey and Iran: Parallel Islam imperialist ambitions for the Middle East

16. What is Iran’s Real Goal in Nuclear Talks with the US?

17. Ramifications of an American Return to the 2015 Nuclear Agreement

18. Strategic Implications of the Damage at the Natanz Enrichment Facility

19. The Battle for Marib: A Tipping Point of the Civil War in Yemen?

20. No Agreement is Better than Another Bad Agreement with Iran

21. Who Bombed the Saudi Oil Storage Yard at Ras Tanura?

22. Turkish-Iranian Rift: An Opportunity for Israel

23. Iran’s Winged Horse Rocket: Another Step Towards Global Reach

24. Time to Update Israeli Policy Toward Syria

25. Iran Must Not Be Allowed to Win the Nasty War in Yemen

26. Iran Raises the Stakes for Biden

27. Assessing the US strategy in Iraq

28. After Soleimani: Maintain the Pressure on Iran’s Nuclear Project

29. A large amount of noise and smoke

30. Understanding Israel’s War in the ‘Grey Zone’

31. Israel’s Role in Helping the Biden Administration Set Policy Towards Iran

32. Time for an Israeli Peace Initiative

33. Stabilizing forces growing stronger

34. The China-Iran Agreement is not a Strategic Shift

35. Israel Needs to Strike Hezbollah to Ensure its Freedom of Action

36. Qods Day Advances Iran’s Regional Aspirations

37. Reject Iran’s Request for an IMF Loan

38. Rising Tensions and Security Chaos in Syria’s Deraa Province

39. Cyber-Warfare between Iran and Israel

40. Is Iran Gaining a Foothold in the West Bank?

41. Coronavirus has not changed the Middle East

42. Israel’s strategy in Syria is less coherent than it seems

43. Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Goes to Space

44. Iran keeps up its malign behavior, pandemic notwithstanding

45. Coronavirus and the Campaign against Iran

46. Mullahs & COVID-19: Iran’s failing response reflects regime’s priorities

47. What we know about Iran five years after Netanyahu’s speech to Congress

48. How Iran funds Palestinian Islamic Jihad

49. After Soleimani: Iran Resumes Proxy Warfare Against the US

50. Iran, Hezbollah stir chaos in Syria’s southwest