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  • Rewarding Iran's behavior is clearly a terrible deal

    Rewarding Iran's behavior is clearly a terrible deal
    The announcement last week between the P5+1 and Iran felt like a late-coming April fools joke, rewarding Iran for its bad behavior. The terms require very little of Iran, and would leave the regime with an internationally recognized path to a nuclear...
  • Keep up the sanctions and wait out Iran

    Keep up the sanctions and wait out Iran
    One of the key arguments used by the United States and the Western powers to justify the recent Iran nuclear deal is that the alternative to this deal is war. This is simply not true. There is a third option. It is called waiting. For several years,...
  • Congress should hear out Netanyahu

    Congress should hear out Netanyahu
    When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress on Tuesday about the dangers posed by Iran's nuclear program, he will have to overcome the deafening political static created by the circumstances of his invitation. Not only did House...
  • Controversy encircles Netanyahu's Congressional speech

    Controversy encircles Netanyahu's Congressional speech
    Controversy continues to swirl around the upcoming Congressional address by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 3 in Washington, D.C. The trouble began when the Israeli prime minister accepted an invitation by House Speaker John Boehner...
  • Obama-Netanyahu clash over Iran was years in the making

    Obama-Netanyahu clash over Iran was years in the making
    In their first Oval Office meeting, in May 2009, President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu smiled, shook hands and pledged to do everything possible to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. That united front — and their...
  • James Largay: Iran nuclear deal shows why Netanyahu spoke to Congress

    James Largay: Iran nuclear deal shows why Netanyahu spoke to Congress
    To provide a different take on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's unprecedented controversial speech before Congress last month and the issue of Israel's security, I draw on my travels in Eastern Europe. In spring 1998 I stopped in Krakow,...
  • Iran nuclear deal is key to Obama's nonproliferation agenda

    In the spring of his first year in office, President Obama began pushing an audacious goal — to use diplomacy to bring about what he called "a world without nuclear weapons." Before long, his campaign sputtered. North Korea tested nuclear weapons,...
  • Iran nuclear deal outlined, but discord emerges over details

    A preliminary agreement that would curtail Iran's nuclear program raised hope around the world that the nation could be prevented from developing nuclear weapons. But just 24 hours after the deal was struck, there appeared to be sharp disagreement over...
  • Iranian leaders now turn to selling the framework deal at home

    Iranian leaders now turn to selling the framework deal at home
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani sought Friday to sell hard-liners on the merits of a preliminary deal that would eventually lift crippling economic sanctions in exchange for placing limits on his country’s controversial nuclear program. “...
  • Iran president promises nation will abide by nuclear deal

    Iran president promises nation will abide by nuclear deal
    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Friday pledged that his nation will abide by its commitments in the nuclear agreement reached the previous day in Switzerland. Rouhani also called on world powers to fulfill their part of the deal, a reference to...
  • Text of agreement with Iran on its nuclear program

    Text of agreement with Iran on its nuclear program
    The United States, Iran and five other world powers announced a deal Thursday outlining limits on Iran's nuclear program so it cannot lead to atomic weapons. Negotiators now have to take that deal and shape it into a final accord by June 30. The agreement...