by Ehsan Ahrari | Apr 12, 2016 | MonitorBy: Ehsan Ahrari No one—unless he/she sits inside the Oval Office for only a few days—has any clue how different the world looks as an occupant of the White House.
by Ehsan Ahrari | Mar 15, 2016 | MonitorBy: Ehsan Ahrari As the United States is eagerly, if not desperately, trying to build its anti-Daesh (ISIS/ISIL/IS) coalition, Iran is increasingly appearing to be an important potential player in that arrangement.
by Ehsan Ahrari | Dec 16, 2015 | MonitorBy: Ehsan Ahrari The Levant increasingly appears a place where anarchy might be the only order of the day unless a number of anti-ISIS actors come up with a plan to destroy that…
by Ehsan Ahrari | Nov 4, 2015 | MonitorBy: Ehsan Ahrari Is President Obama breaking his frequently iterated promise of no troops on the ground, or is it just a crucial tactical adjustment?
by Ehsan Ahrari | Mar 14, 2015 | MonitorBy: Ehsan Ahrari If Netanyahu wanted to minimize, if not kill, the chances of a deal that is acceptable to the United States and Iran, he may have succeeded.