Obama’s Audacious Gamble

The Iranian nuclear deal may be the most audacious diplomatic effort that any president has ever launched and, tragically, it rests on a set of beliefs that belie any serious understanding of Tehran or the region. By his own words, President Barack Obama is trying through this […]

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Undermining Israel

While relentlessly pursuing a nuclear deal that will greatly endanger Israel’s security, President Barack Obama has more quietly aligned the United States with growing global efforts to undermine the Jewish State’s legitimacy. As the State Department has announced, the administration will not enforce provisions of the “fast-track” […]

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Supreme Irony

Those in America’s foreign policymaking circles who are concerned about the emerging U.S.-led nuclear agreement with Iran are increasingly pinning their hopes not on Washington changing its negotiating posture but, instead, on Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei walking away from the table. They’re doing so for two […]

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Another Day, Another Cave

If, as Marx taught, history repeats itself “first as tragedy, then as farce,” then Washington’s latest reported concession proves that U.S.-led nuclear negotiations with Iran have moved from the tragic to the farcical. After all, those negotiations have been driven overwhelmingly by fears that, despite Tehran’s denials, […]

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Get Ready to Scrap the Iran Nuclear Talks

“Interviews with scientists is completely out of the question and so is inspection of military sites,” Abbas Araqchi, Iran’s senior negotiator on its nuclear program, announced on state television on Saturday, just as Secretary of State John Kerry was conferring with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif […]

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