In the interest of securing any deal rather than the right deal – politics over principle - the president and the diplomats he sent to negotiate seem to have forgotten or perhaps never learned why Iran must not get a nuclear weapon.
Hardline conservatives in the U.S. congress who are eager to repudiate the nuclear agreement reached with Iran act as if the deal is just between the U.S. and Iran.
In the coming days Congress must make its fateful, historical choice on whether to reject the Iran deal. However shrill and political the debate has become, what strikes me as a long-time lawyer and foreign policy advocate is just how bad the...
In June approximately 13 tons of gold were transferred from South Africa to Iran’s Central Bank.
The U.S. should launch a concerted diplomatic effort to reconcile our two allies.
Guinea is a fragile democracy – and a fragile country, as witnessed by the devastating recent Ebola outbreak.
In the past two years, strikes, arson, street violence and broad-daylight assassinations have wracked Bangladesh.
In fact, none of the catastrophic predictions is accurate —and there is a better way.
This is not a deal between the United States and Iran only, but one in which the United States is merely a party among seven nations.
Will the U.S. overlook this historic moment?