Iran appears to be increasing its military presence in the Middle East, raising a lot of questions about just what its ambitions are.
The Obama administration’s focus on negotiations to stop Tehran’s nuke program overlooks the real problems in the Middle East.
While a nuclear agreement with Iran would be a major diplomatic achievement, the EU should look to go much further than the nuclear issue in its relations with the country.
A nuclear deal with Iran would not change much, neither to the West’s overall relationship with the country nor to Tehran’s regional role.
A discussion about the heated politics of the Iran talks, Putin, and past U.S. secretaries of state.
A comprehensive nuclear agreement with Iran is not an end in itself but a necessary precondition for a more effective EU policy in an unraveling region.
Political dysfunction in Washington is a much greater threat to every American than the Islamic State will ever be.
The risk of a failure to reach a comprehensive deal with Iran is growing. However, a gradualist approach is the most realistic option for solving the nuclear issue.
It’s easy to forget just how remarkable the nuclear talks with Iran are and that there is no better alternative to the current approach.
Netanyahu’s speech to the Congress makes it harder for the administration to sell a nuclear deal in the United States.