Declarations that its regime will be overthrown—such as Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani made over the weekend—haven't led to a military confrontation yet, but the risk is rising.
Iranian and Russian leaders support a military campaign to retake the last rebel-held stronghold in Syria as Turkey's president pleads for a cease-fire. U.S. and others warn of a bloody humanitarian disaster.
Officials across the country's political spectrum are invoking Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh's stand against the West.
President Trump reinstates sanctions, opening the door to chaos in Asia and Europe. China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
The president doesn’t realize he’s playing a losing hand with Iran, which has already called his bluff on targeting its oil sales.
Iranian officials are skeptical, saying American needs to rejoin the nuclear deal first.
Those who should be voicing opposition—from Congress to the grassroots—are too obsessed with Russia to even pay attention.
The Iranian president says a U.S.-Iran armed conflict would be "the mother of all wars." The U.S. leader replies by threatening Iran with "consequences the like of which few throughout history have ever suffered before."
The leaders of Russia, Iran and the Hezbollah group in Lebanon say the Western attack has damaged prospects for a political settlement to the country's seven-year conflict.