Wolf Blitzer talks with Dan Raviv, whose new book "Spies Against Armageddon," details assassinations and cyberattacks.
By Wolf Blitzer, CNN
(CNN) – Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz has been in Washington for high-level talks with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other Obama administration officials, and Iran’s nuclear program is atop their agenda.
I asked him whether Israel was concerned about Iranian retaliation for the reports that Israel and the U.S. have undertaken joint cyberwarfare attacks against Iran’s nuclear program.
New York Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer what he learned on his 1,700 mile trek through Iran.
CNN's Tom Foreman discusses what could happen if the country of Azerbaijan grants Israel access to bases near Iran.
By Wolf Blitzer, CNN
(CNN) - I’m skeptical that the Israelis are getting ready to bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities. In the end, they might do it. But I suspect they are not ready to do so anytime soon.
That’s because they are talking so much about it. If they were really ready to move their F-15s and F-16s and their submarine-launched missiles against targets in Iran, they would be a lot more quiet.
CNN's Ivan Watson talks about the importance of Iran's upcoming elections and what everyday life is like inside the country.
U.S military officials are preparing for Iran to fight an asymmetric war. What exactly does that mean and how would it play out? CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
By Carol Cratty, with reporting from Ross Levitt and Dugald McConnell
(CNN) – With tensions between Iran and the West running high, law enforcement officials are concerned Iran or its surrogates could mount attacks against Jewish targets inside the United States – but there is no specific information that any plots are in the works, according to an intelligence bulletin obtained by CNN.
(CNN) – Asked what a Gingrich administration would do should Israel decided to strike Iran, the Republican presidential candidate said Friday he would offer support for the Jewish state.
"I would say, if you believe the survival of your country is at stake, what is it we could do to help you?" Gingrich said in an interview on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer."