Regions / Iran
It becomes more and more difficult to pretend that Israel doesn't have a nuclear-weapons program and that Iran does.
An attack on Iran would put International Atomic Energy inspectors at risk.
The Western-imposed sanctions on Iran undermine the U.S.'s diplomatic influence more than Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
Iran Parliament plays to cheap seats by calling for Strait to be blocked in response to sanctions.
In a sense, we are already at war with Iran.
The United States and the IAEA are grasping at straws to prove Iran is developing nuclear weapons.
Iran can no longer count on its partners in the developing world in its standoff with the West.
Turkey and Iran don't see eye to eye on Syria. But their mutual interests in other arenas temper their disagreements.
This article addresses the price that the U.S. has paid for not truly engaging Iran diplomatically and relying upon a hawkish approach to its nuclear program.
What would U.S. policy toward Iran look like if free of pressure from Israel and its supporters?