October 05, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
Tehran prefers to strike directly at weak enemies, while acting against stronger ones through proxies. Is this distinction sustainable?
September 15, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
The pro-Iranian militias and their political representatives blame the US and Saudi Arabia for the unrest in Basra.
September 08, 2018|Jonathan SpyerThe Australian
Assad is determined to reunite Syria in its entirety under his rule.
September 07, 2018|Jonathan SpyerForeign Policy
Israel has fully joined the battle in Syria—but it's not clear it can achieve any of its goals there.
August 30, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
Turkey faces few good options as the Idlib offensive looms.
August 17, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJISS
The US can and should develop a coherent region-wide strategy to impede Iran’s ability to continue developing in ways detrimental to the region’s security.
August 15, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
As the strategic contest between Iran and the US moves into high gear, it is essential that the West maintain its alliances and investments.
July 12, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
The likely emergent picture in Syria, as in Lebanon, is therefore the ongoing consolidation of another IRGC project
June 01, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
The ‘strategy of tension’, utilizing political and paramilitary means, eschewing conventional ones, remains the IRGC’s preferred method of struggle.
May 24, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
Can a new strategy aiming to locate Iran’s weak spots and exploit them succeed?