Articles by Ross Cypher-Burley
If Netanyahu's gamble pays off, he could win the nuclear battle. If it doesn't, he faces oblivion.
America's flagship intelligence agency is at all-time low - and only major change can keep it alive.
Attackers are now motivated by religion rather than politics - and that's very troubling for Israel.
Israel's reaction to summer killings was hasty and extreme. Now a more measured strategy is required.
Iran is not our friend - and the P5+1 powers should remember that.
IBTimes profiles the latest deadly group to emerge from the Middle East's crucible of hate.
Recent killing of IDF soldier outside busy train station is worryingly reminiscent of past terror campaign.
A sustainable peace requires Israeli support - but it seems no-one told Ed Miliband.
Israel must adopt new strategy - based on belief that Palestinian and Israeli lives are worth the same.
There may not be a terror act in the form of 9/11 again but terrorist organisations are still a threat.
When considering an alliance with Assad against IS rebels, our government must remember his atrocities.
Lapid's personal approval ratings may have dropped, but he's finding his voice again.