Tehran’s virus troubles could allow Shia militias to attack US forces in Iraq
The Tehran students were chanting in the streets: ‘Our enemy is right here, they’re lying that it’s America’
It would be interesting to hear from Parnas and from Giuliani, from Hyde and from Bolton
The question now is what Trump’s next move will be
The president has always said he wants to get America out of foreign wars. But is he playing into Putin’s hands?
Should we believe Trump’s former business partner?
Trump’s credibility gap
As a young translator at GCHQ, she leaked a secret email
Even before Trump and Kushner unveil their Middle East peace plan, the ‘deal of the century’ is dead
However bad things get, most Lebanese I speak to believe that at least they won’t get dragged into another war with Israel
The special counsel’s performance evokes sympathy – but the president emerges stronger as a result
The special counsel, like Garbo, just wants to be left alone. But his report leaves some very important questions unanswered
Will the first consequence of a US attack on Iran be war between Israel and Lebanon?
The 400-page document has provided plenty of ammunition for Trump’s enemies
Four hundred pages is a long report. No doubt Trump will find things in it he likes
The Trump administration’s counter-attack might be bad news for Christopher Steele
For some in Washington, Mueller was a cross between Superman and Santa Claus
Their territory is gone but the jihadis are always with us
The Democrats are now in the majority on committees with subpoena power
There are ominous signs that the regime is planning a chemical attack
As Manafort faces life in jail, he must regret not flipping on his old boss. Cohen did not make that mistake
House of Trump, House of Putin by Craig Unger reviewed.
A new book argues that Trump could destroy the Republican Party.
A British Member of Parliament thinks that the government has not always done all it can to assist the Mueller inquiry into whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia.