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  • Nuclear negotiators must continue their work

    Nuclear negotiators must continue their work
    Thursday's announcement of an agreed upon political framework for Iran's nuclear program is a historic victory to be celebrated. Though it took a few days beyond the parties' self-imposed deadline, it was worth the wait. Iran and the P5+1 world powers...
  • The high cost of boycotting Israel

    The high cost of boycotting Israel
    A recent Tribune editorial correctly applauds the Illinois legislature for having divested pension funds from companies doing business with Sudan (for its genocide in Darfur) or with Iran (for its illicit nuclear program). That divestment approach was...
  • Persian Gulf leaders' summit with Obama yields no bold results

    Persian Gulf leaders' summit with Obama yields no bold results
    President Obama and Arab leaders on Thursday agreed to several tactical steps toward strengthening Middle East security but stopped short of a bold new agreement to confront the region’s chaos. The summit at the Camp David presidential retreat,...
  • House passes bill for Congress to review Iran nuclear deal

     House passes bill for Congress to review Iran nuclear deal
    Congress on Thursday sent President Barack Obama a bill to give lawmakers the power to review and potentially reject a nuclear deal with Iran. The House overwhelmingly passed the measure, 400-25, a reflection of lawmakers' insistence on having a say...
  • Setting the record straight on the Iranian nuclear talks

    Setting the record straight on the Iranian nuclear talks
    My usual practice is to write a column, put forth my position and let it stand on its own merits. I do not attempt to answer criticism. I have broken this rule only once that I can remember when, many years ago, an overly contentious Israeli Consul...
  • As voters fret over national security, GOP candidates seek right message

    As voters fret over national security, GOP candidates seek right message
    With the rise of Islamic State extremists and growing instability overseas, national security is taking on greater prominence in the 2016 presidential race, theoretically giving Republicans an edge on an issue they have traditionally dominated. But as...
  • Obama aides downplay expectations for summit with Arab leaders

     Obama aides downplay expectations for summit with Arab leaders
    President Obama's team is carefully ratcheting down expectations for his summit with Persian Gulf leaders Thursday as the three crown princes, two emirs and one deputy prime minister coming to the U.S. make it abundantly clear that they will not be neatly...
  • A flock of GOP hawks try out their presidential wings

     A flock of GOP hawks try out their presidential wings
    Nearly a dozen of the Republicans who are running for president spent last weekend in South Carolina talking about foreign policy, and to any viewer who stumbled across the event on C-SPAN, it sounded like a contest in ferocity. Take Florida Sen....
  • Kerry to see Iranian FM as nuke talks hit end phase

    Kerry to see Iranian FM as nuke talks hit end phase
    Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart will meet this week for the first time since they laid out the framework for a nuclear deal earlier this month. The State Department said Kerry and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif...
  • Iraq's foreign minister addresses ties with both U.S. and Iran

    Iraq's foreign minister addresses ties with both U.S. and Iran
    As Iraq's government attempts to reclaim territory seized by the extremist group Islamic State, it has accepted military aid from two rival powers, the United States and Iran. It is a difficult balancing act. U.S. officials were troubled by the role...
  • Assessing Iran's Nuclear Deal

    On April 2, the United States and Iran signed an agreement that will place limits on Iran's nuclear program in return for the lifting of international sanctions on its economy. Although more details need to be hammered out by the parties by the end of...