The embattled country is leading the fight against Iranian-sponsored terrorism in the Middle East.
‘Admit to your mistakes, learn from them, so that this doesn’t happen ever, ever again.’
Analysts say $6 billion the U.S. is sending to Iran won’t just underwrite humanitarian expenses.
Years of playing footsie with the Taliban has fed the country’s current insurgent violence.
Experts and politicians want reform of the controversial surveillance measure.
Congress is poised to repeal authorization for the use of military force for the first time since 1974.
A terrorist attack in Istanbul renews tensions between longtime allies.
How Washington tries to prevent international adversaries from using captive Americans as leverage: A Dispatch Explainer.
Plus, the Senate will take another crack at a veteran health care bill.
Plus: What’s in the CHIPS package.
In seeking to free Aafia Siddiqui, the synagogue hostage taker reminds us that the terror group began as a prison movement.
Kosovo has been proactive both in countering creeping Iranian influence in the Balkans and in confronting its own terrorist problem.