Ahmadinejad's political mysticism

by Jerome R. Corsi -- On June 25, 2005, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was elected president of Iran. He beat former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani in a run-off election, winning a reported 60 percent of more…

Losing to Iran

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The Bush administration is adrift on Iran foreign policy. Having negotiated for two years without stopping Iran from enriching uranium, the negotiation strategy dictated by Secretary Condoleezza Rice more…

War between Iran, Israel inevitable

by Jerome R. Corsi -- With the decision to destroy Hezbollah by military force, the Israelis are playing for a fundamental power alignment in the Middle East. More than just a regional conflict more…

U.S. fighters should buzz Assad's house

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Now that the ground incursions against Hezbollah in southern Lebanon have begun, Israel is turning increasing attention to Syria. The word Israel wants put out to Syria's President more…

Condi, stay home

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should stay home if her mission is to go to the Middle East in an attempt to tell Israel to stop the war more…

Don't tie Israel's hands

by Jerome R. Corsi -- President Bush said at the G-8 meeting in St. Petersburg that the administration planned to send Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to the Middle East soon. President Bush's more…

Iran, not Hezbollah, is true enemy

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Iran is at the center of the emerging war between the terrorist organizations Hezbollah and Hamas against Israel. Far from being a typical or recurrent Middle East crisis, more…

World War IV's shooting phase has begun

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Iran's war to remove Israel from the Middle East has begun. In writing "Atomic Iran," I argued that a new World War began on Jan. 31 and Feb. more…

Carrots or sticks for Iran?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The Bush administration did not have to wait until July to get an answer. Iran responded to the package of nuclear incentives immediately, with a one word answer more…

Coming soon to U.S.: Mexican customs office

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Kansas City is planning to allow the Mexican government to open a Mexican customs office in conjunction with the Kansas City SmartPort. This will be the first foreign more…