Using the Magnitsky Act to sanction corrupt power brokers and human rights abusers can open space for better U.S. partners.
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A careful reading of the reporting suggests that the U.S. response consisted of three distinct operations.
The department’s recent letter regarding the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for Use of Military Force says a lot less than it might seem.
After Iran shot down a U.S. Navy Global Hawk, the Trump administration considered airstrikes but apparently settled for a cyber response instead. Here’s a primer on the legal issues involved.
And what can Congress do about it?
U.S. military officials have confirmed media reports that Iranian military forces successfully shot down a U.S. drone in the vicinity of the Persian Gulf. What does the law say about the situation and possible U.S. responses?
A review of the “maximum pressure” campaign raises the question: How far is the administration willing to go to make Iran change its behavior?
The U.S. must grasp the magnitude of the crisis Iraq could face if a clash with Iran draws in Iran’s proxies.
The Houthis are a dangerous spoiler. The United States should be talking with them to understand their actions.