In his speech to Congress, Israel's prime minister was effective in portraying Iran not as a potential partner, but as a source of the region's greatest ills, writes CFR's Robert M. Danin.
Primary Source Address by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to U.S. Congress
Around the Web: Bernard Avishai Netanyahu's Speech
Foreign Affairs: Lisa Goldman Netanyahu's Strategy in Washington
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is a first-rate strategic thinker who is patiently negotiating his way to a nuclear bomb, says CFR's Ray Takeyh.
CFR Global Conflict Tracker Iranian Nuclear Crisis
Around the Web: Reuters IAEA: Iran's Cooperation Is Slow
Foreign Affairs: Reza Marashi Undivided Iran
Defense planners should examine and debate the big misconceptions that have permeated U.S. military doctrine, strategy, and planning since the mid-1970s, explains CFR's Janine Davidson.
Around the Web: WaPo U.S. Spending Still Dwarfs World
Around the Web: CSIS FY 2016 Budget: The Defense Impact
CFR Event Video Security and Counterterrorism with James R. Clapper
Russia's intervention in Ukraine is breathing new life into the Cold War–era security alliance, prompting allies to reinforce defenses in Eastern Europe, explains this Backgrounder.
Foreign Affairs: Expert Panel Should the United States Arm Ukraine?
Around the Web: American Interest Time for Some Straight Talk on NATO
Around the Web: WSJ Putin the Improviser
Comprehensive immigration reform has eluded Congress for years, moving controversial policy decisions into the executive and judicial branches of government, explains this Backgrounder.
CFR Blog: Renewing America If DHS Shuts Down?
Around the Web: Pew Research Center Unauthorized Immigrant Population Trends
CFR Video: Edward Alden Obama's Immigration Action: Three Things to Know
Market Madness is a "landmark study" of volatility and crisis in oil markets and a "provocative and persuasive" take on the future of energy.
The biggest threat to U.S. security and prosperity comes not from abroad but from within, writes Haass in his provocative new book.
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