By Ahmed Hagagy KUWAIT (Reuters) - The head of the Syrian National Coalition opposition group said on Sunday a thaw in relations between Washington and Tehran could strengthen President Bashar al-Assad's hand in Syria's civil war.
The secretary of state has rolled up more tangible accomplishments in less than a year than his celebrated predecessor, Hillary Rodham Clinton, did in four.
They say old habits die hard. For Iran's elite Quds Force, the secretive external branch of the Revolutionary Guard, the habits of subversion and mafia-style revenge against the Islamic Republic's adversaries may never die at all.
The potent mix of exploding world population growth, chemical weapons and drone warfare will challenge U.S. foreign policy in new ways in coming decades, former Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar said tonight.
World View: Everyone knows where al-Qa'ida gets its money, but while the violence is sectarian, the West does nothing Donors in Saudi Arabia have notoriously played a pivotal role in creating and maintaining Sunni jihadist groups over the past 30 ...