Tehran exploits the political dynamics in Baghdad through its proxies to advance its own agenda for regional hegemony.
This distinction—between activities and intentions—could help form the basis for a solution to this current negotiating impasse.
The only way to fully certify that there are no nuclear weapons capabilities under development is to have verification inspections at ALL potential nuclear sites.
The myopia that keeps the embargo in place is costing everybody money.
Human rights are non-existent in Iran, with over 120,000 political prisoners executed in the past 36 years.
Would life under Hamas be better with the constant threat of military adventurism and devastating Israeli retaliation?
If the framework being discussed is implemented, Iran will develop nuclear weapons within 10 years.
We are particularly concerned about how fast-track and the TPP will affect access to essential medicines.
Perhaps no other policy area is so thoroughly dominated by such a juggernaut of special interests as immigration.
Though al-Wuhayshi’s death is a major blow for AQAP, al-Raymi remains capable of keeping the organization afloat.