Biden’s chronic risk aversion is prolonging the war and making it more costly
The U.S. is offering Iran the deal of the millennium, and yet the Islamic Republic—and Russia—want more concessions.
New reporting and an IAEA assessment reveal that Iran is in violation of both the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and the JCPOA.
The young industry is pushing back on attempts at regulation, but it’s undeniable that crypto is used for sanctions evasion and illicit activity.
The Biden administration must finally recognize what engagement at the U.N. can and cannot do.
Iran was under extreme pressure a year ago. Now it’s on the verge of a deal with better terms than the original JCPOA.
The Islamic Republic is advancing both the enrichment and weaponization tracks needed to build a bomb.
Biden’s appeasement of Iran has let the regime become more brazen.
To try to wheedle Iran back into a nuclear deal, the administration is preparing to lift a raft of non-nuclear sanctions as well.
The Islamic Republic has a long track record of willfully concealing its nuclear activities in violation of its treaty obligations.