Amir Taheri

Amir Taheri

IS is just the latest in a long line of Islamist terror groups to attack France. But a study of military history shows how it can be destroyed

The President’s supporters call the nuclear agreement his most significant foreign policy achievement. They are right — but for the wrong reasons     

Obama persists in trying to talk to a regime whose “sacred cause” is to replace a US-led world order with an Islamic one

Nearly a decade after the US overthrew Saddam Hussein, Iraq is emerging as an increasingly free and prosperous society

While Islamists have prospered from the Arab Spring, they are not dominant. But vigilance is needed to protect the flame of freedom

Now that the insurgency is cracking, the time has come for Nato to send more troops into the war zone to finish off the job

Two new books on Iran and its nuclear ambitions raise the question of how the West should respond

When I drew attention to the two-faced tactics of the Democratic candidate over Iraq, his ‘militants’ turned nasty