• Op-Ed

    The Iran Deal is Working. Here’s How We Know.

    Fundamentally, it seems irrational to leave an agreement that’s working today out of a fixation on potential growth of Iran’s nuclear program more than a decade from now, when such growth could happen tomorrow if we unravel the agreement.

    • TV/Radio Broadcast

    The United States and Iran

    As the U.S. and Iran find themselves on opposing sides of conflicts across the region, the Trump administration will decide in the coming weeks if they will recertify the Iran nuclear deal.

    • Op-Ed

    Iran’s Ballistic Missiles Are Here to Stay—For Now

    Concern over ballistic missiles should not be the impetus for withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal. Ballistic missiles were intentionally left out of the deal because of the lack of international consensus.

    • Diwan

    Big Men on Campus

    Elliott Abrams addresses the nuclear deal with Iran and how the Iranian-Israeli rivalry might impact the Middle East.

    • Op-Ed

    The Smart Way to Get Tough With Iran

    The smart way to get tough on Iran would be to commit to the nuclear deal, enforce it to the hilt, and work with global partners on a long-term strategy to deal with Iran’s challenge.

    • Diwan

    Did the Standoff With North Korea Strengthen or Weaken the Nuclear Deal With Iran?

    A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.

    • Op-Ed

    India and Iran Are Critical to Connectivity in Afghanistan

    • Arushi Kumar
    • August 09, 2017
    • Economic Times

    Regional connectivity projects give Afghanistan a substantive trading alternative to Pakistan and provide a powerful mechanism for trade and economic development.

    • TV/Radio Broadcast

    On North Korea Policy, Iran Tensions, and Why Hillary Lost

    • Jake Sullivan
    • August 09, 2017
    • CBS This Morning

    Increased tensions between the United States and Iran over the last couple days, along with U.S. President Donald Trump’s calls to end the Iran Nuclear Deal, could put Iran on the same path as North Korea as an imminent threat potentially needing military consideration.

    • Op-Ed

    How Trump’s Iran Threats Could Backfire—in North Korea

    • Richard Sokolsky, Aaron David Miller, Robert Malley
    • August 07, 2017
    • Politico Magazine

    If the United States thrusts aside the nuclear deal with Iran—and uses contrived evidence to do so—the message to North Korea and others will be that America’s word is disposable and Washington cannot be trusted to honor its commitments.

    • Op-Ed

    The Iran Question

    India’s traditionally neutral position in the Middle East has ended with the landmark Israel visit. The future balancing of India’s westward pivot will be determined by a new regional order led assertively be Saudi Arabia, and one which sees Iran as enemy number one.

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