The U.S. should not impede or pressure the Palestinian Authority over the decision to take our human rights concerns to the International Criminal Court.
Many lawmakers and experts, including some key Democrats, have highlighted the flaws in the deal.
This past week, the Gulf Cooperation Council which includes Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates, joined Egypt in fully endorsing the deal.
In attacking the deal’s critics, the president invoked familiar anti-Semitic myths of Jewish money, power, and disloyalty.
Global diplomacy is not like the U.S. budget: shut-downs and continuing resolutions are poor models for international diplomacy.
Stick-waving by Obama and other outsiders is likely to do more harm than good.
In accordance with the Constitution, any agreement forged with an international entity must be done so under the “advice and consent” from the Senate.
Even those who support the iran deal acknowledge that it has glaring deficiencies.
Obama has done surprisingly little to oppose Russia.
Those Syriza people in Greece don't like the superior system which Germany and most other EU countries run: capitalism.