In three weeks, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is set to release its 2023 setting for the Doomsday Clock. The Doomsday Clock is a symbol that represents the likelihood of a man-made global catastrophe as determined by a group of scientists who take into account threats to humanity from unchecked scientific and technological advances. […]
Separately, two IAF F-35s escorted two U.S. B-52 bombers on a flight.
“Iran will never get a nuclear weapon on my watch,” says Joe Biden often and unconvincingly.2
It’s no longer a question of keeping the ayatollahs from developing a nuclear bomb, but of buying time to prepare for a nuclear Iran.
Unfortunately, appeasement of Iran is now a firm principle of identity politics and progressive dogma. And so, it continues and escalates.
The Bennett-Lapid government’s attitude towards the Biden administration casts doubt on its threat to go it alone.
I find it hard to imagine that Moscow will challenge Israel over Syria, a secondary interest for it but a priority for Israel.
From ISIS to Hezbollah, many terror groups have become experts in tunneling.
Must we forever remain the potential murderers of those who live beside us? Why, after the Holocaust, is there still mass murder, slavery, child-trafficking and other crimes against humanity? What, then, is “civilization”?
But President Trump’s Syria strikes have reopened the debate over what defines his foreign policy. Is he an interventionist or an isolationist? Foreign policy experts claim that he’s making it up as he goes along.