Written by NEFA
Written by Walid Phares
As we write this short early assessment of the Terror attacks in Mumbai, events are still unforlding in the financial capital of the sub Indian region. Counter Terrorism units are battling armed elements inside several buildings ...
Written by Michael Rubin
by Michael Rubin
Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
November 25, 2008
Barack Obama's election has sparked enthusiasm in Washington about the prospects for renewed engagement between the United States and Iran. On November 20, 2008, a group of former diplomats, ...
Written by Dani Reshef
Gunmen have carried out, on Wednesday 11/26/2008 at about 23:00, a series of coordinate attacks, in the Southern luxury suburb of the Indian city of Mumbai (Bombay), killing at least 125 people and injuring 350 more. Mumbai, the pumping heart ...
Written by IICC
Written by Michael Radu
In the bad old days they used to hang them on the mast. Today the "international community" is worried about their "human rights." But they remain what they have always been--criminals of the high seas or, simply put, pirates. In recent ...
Written by James Jay Carafano
Directed Energy Weapons, particularly those powered by lasers, have long been the stuff of science fiction. Due to recent innovations in commercial solid-state lasers and their adaptation to ...
Written by Memri
Written by Ephraim Asculai
There are two outstanding issues on the table for the forthcoming IAEA Board of Governors meeting: the nuclear programs of Syria and Iran.