Publications

  • If It’s True on Cuba, It’s True on Iran

    If It’s True on Cuba, It’s True on Iran

    America’s Cuba policy has long been an open joke in international circles. Seldom has a country pursued such a futile policy for so long while clearly recognizing its senselessness. It’s probably the foremost example of how American domestic politics can […] Read More »
  • Congress to Establish Reporting Requirements on Iran Talks, Sidestep Sanctions

    Congress to Establish Reporting Requirements on Iran Talks, Sidestep Sanctions

      Two “must pass” bills that Congress will consider this week before adjourning for the year would provide formalized oversight for Congress to monitor the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran. While there have been calls from some in Congress to […] Read More »
  • Iran Deal More Than a Nuclear Issue

    Iran Deal More Than a Nuclear Issue

    The dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme was never just about centrifuges or breakout capabilities. It has always been a symptom of a larger geopolitical contest between the West (primarily the United States) and Iran, with roots that predate the 1979 Iranian revolution. Read More »
  • Unexpected Backlash to New Iran Sanctions in Senate Committee

    Unexpected Backlash to New Iran Sanctions in Senate Committee

    A new Iran sanctions bill being floated by Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) would force the P5+1 into a weaker deal or backfire by leading to Iranian nuclear expansion, according to experts handpicked by Menendez to testify before the Senate Foreign […] Read More »

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