The Obama administration made the Iran deal in a way it knew was easy for its successor to break.
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As promised, President Trump has announced the end of U.S. participation in the Iran nuclear deal and is re-imposing sanctions. Here’s what that will mean in practice.
With the deadline for the Iran deal closing in, is Trump trying a diplomatic Hail Mary?
Netanyahu's presentation seemed designed to scuttle the Iran deal, but instead it demonstrated why the JCPOA is important in the near term and how it can be improved in the future.
Are they ready for the consequences of abrogating the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action?
Lawfare is pleased to announce the publication of a new paper in the Lawfare Research Paper Series: In Search of Nuance in the Debate over Hezbollah's Criminal Enterprise and the U.S. Response, by Matthew Levitt, Fromer-Wexler Fellow and director of the Stein program on counterterrorism and intelligence at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
From the abstract:
A number of deadlines over the coming weeks will require Trump to again decide whether or not to continue implementing the Iran nuclear deal. Members of the administration seem to be working with Congress to find a solution that would preserve it.
Maybe the U.S. should give Iran a taste of its own medicine.
Even if Iran’s government survives the current round of protests, make no mistake: The Islamic Republic is weak.