New legislation shows Congress and American public are united in their distrust of Obama's Iran deal.
Amid the administration’s tangled web of paradoxes and inconsistencies one message rings clear.
The Iranian bomb is all that matters.
But interim deal with Iran puts the White House and its traditional Middle East allies in opposing camps.
How the “hardline” American position on the Islamic Republic got farmed out to Israel.
France's show of courage at Geneva may only delay the inevitable.
Lou Reed went down and found a song that will survive.
Forget chess, Turkey is failing at geopolitical checkers.
The New York Times and Hurriyet on White House's incoherent and opaque Syria policy.
America’s Middle East allies are getting nervous.
Talking to journalist David Samuels about his Kindle Singles interview with the former secretary of defense.
Why do Western elites act like credulous children when it comes to the Islamic Republic?
Author of the controversial new novel 'The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.' explains why women readers hate her protagonist
In yesterday’s U.N. speech, Obama kissed goodbye to U.S. allies and signed on with Iran, Russia, and Syria.
Is the Atlanta Braves' Andrelton Simmons the best ever?
Lee Smith is a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. A senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, Smith is the also author of The Strong Horse: Power, Politics, and the Clash of Arab Civilizations (Doubleday 2010).