The chaos in Libya pursuant to Muammar Gaddafi's toppling has sharpened the dilemma: what is preferable for the Middle East – the stable regime of a tyrant or the disintegration of states even through a process of severe violence
The exhausting nuclear talks in Vienna yielded a bad agreement. Admittedly, the agreement has rolled back Iran's military nuclear program, but this roll-back process is reversible. The major winner is Iran
Over the course of five years, the Israeli intelligence community was engaged in an intensive effort that led to "Operation Opera" – the elimination of Iraq's Tammuz-1 nuclear reactor by IAF in June 1981
In contrary to claims about alleged Israeli espionage against the United States, one should note the tremendous contribution of the Israeli intelligence community in the form of information provided to the US of Soviet intercontinental ballistic missiles
Like a black hole that swallows everything around it, Iran aspires to swallow the countries surrounding it and reestablish the Persian Empire “from India even unto Ethiopia”. How will the world in general, and Israel in particular, respond?Iran is like a black hole. What is the right response?
A special article by Dr. Rafael Ofek – will Iran purchase nuclear reactors from Argentina, or provide Argentina with uranium enriching technologies, in return for Argentina's consent to allow Iran to take part in the investigation into the AMIA bombing, in which senior Iranians were allegedly involved?
The IAEA's latest report: Iran is 'dragging its feet' vis-à-vis the IAEA and is advancing the enriched uranium and plutonium routes, yet is cautious from crossing 'red lines', primarily in enriching uranium to 20%