The Iran Deal It’s the Deterrence, Stupid
The President says this is the best deal available. He’s right; it’s the best deal he could get—absent a credible threat to use force.
The Iran Deal Focusing on the Bigger Picture
Commentary on the agreement with Iran has focused too much on the “art of the deal” and how it was struck. The real focus should be on the long-term consequences for nuclear proliferation in the Middle East.
The Iran Deal The Real Debate
The Iran deal is seriously compromised in several places, and deserves a “no” vote. But anyone who believes the deal deserves the thumbs down in Congress is obligated to specify an alternative policy.
The Iran Deal The Way Forward on Iran
The P5+1 left a few key players out of the equation. The President must act to add them in.
The Iran Deal Saudi Arabia: Bibi Was Right
Saudi Arabia’s press and diplomats are getting more vocal in their concerns about Iran—on which they agree, if tacitly, with Israel.
The Iran Deal Russia to the Rescue?
With the deadline for nuclear negotiations with Iran fast approaching, can it really be that Obama Administration officials are counting on Vladimir Putin’s Russia to be a lynchpin for a final deal?
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