The nuclear deal with Iran, like Nixon’s opening to China in 1972, has the potential to be a geopolitical game changer — if it can get through Congress first.
Rare are the moments when enormously complex situations lend themselves to unambiguous yes-or-no answers. This is one of them.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s demand that a “clear red line” be set on Iran is ironic in light of Israel’s policy of strategic ambiguity toward its own nuclear weapons.
An attack on Iran would put International Atomic Energy inspectors at risk.
Test our nuclear sites, please.
Bi-partisan group in the Senate remains fully committed to ignoring all evidence in their quest to bomb Iran.
Yukio Amano is the anti-ElBaradei.
Optimism about U.S. budget cuts to nukes was soon overtaken by tension over Iran’s nuclear enrichment program and a fire on a Russian nuclear sub.
The West’s sanctions on Iran are hurting the country’s middle class and marginalizing the country’s pragmatists. But they can neither cripple Iran’s economy nor halt its nuclear program.
Intelligence confirms that Iran is not developing nuclear weapons – which leads to speculation that the sabre-rattling is because Israel wants to remain the sole regional nuclear hegemon.
Far beyond penalizing the people directly involved in Iran’s nuclear program, these sanctions would negatively affect Iran’s entire civilian population.
The nuclear intelligence that the media is fixated on consists mostly of allegations of abstract research that have been floating around for years.
And how implausible are Iran’s claims that the IAEA Directorate General is politically compromised?
For those seeking justification for an attack on Iran, the new IAEA report disappoints.
India is under pressure to complete a nuclear deal with Washington. But don’t hold your breath.