Iran’s Nuclear Talks Are a Centerpiece in a Loud Rhetoric War

The ongoing and seemingly endless nuclear talks with Iran and the P5+1 are approaching a deadline, and the probability that a deal will be struck is still uncertain. Iran recently commented against a move to ship enriched uranium out of the country, specifically to Russia, to be diluted or disposed of. American officials are doing…

Yemen Conflict Will Be A Hit or Miss, But Not Total War

The conflict in Yemen has reached a breaking point, and pushed the “King of the Jungle,” Saudi Arabia, to take military action against Houthi rebels. The early morning of March 26th saw the initiation of Operation Decisive Storm, a campaign led by Saudi Arabia and backed by a coalition of Gulf States to restore President…

Where Is ISIS Moving, and How Far Can It Move?

It seems that ISIS is always on the move, whether in retreat or in advance, inciting violence and committing mass atrocities. The militant organization gains territory here, loses some there, wins a town, loses a village, and continues its attempts to advance on the battlefield and through social media. But where exactly is ISIS moving…