Tag Archives: nuclear weapons

Decertifying the Iran Deal Is Dangerously Reckless

Trump’s dreadful mistake of decertifying the JCPOA could have horrifying consequences for the Middle East.

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Putin’s Goal: Bankrupting America?

Was Putin’s talk of a Russian miracle weapon merely meant for domestic consumption ahead of Russia’s March presidential elections? Or does he pursue another goal with his move?

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The Narrowing Gap Between Nuclear and Conventional Weapons

Is Russia in breach of the 1986 INF Treaty on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces, agreed by Reagan and Gorbachev? This would be dangerous.

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How Trump’s Iran Move Plays Into China’s Hands

The U.S. abandoning the Iran nuclear deal is the height of folly. It aligns Iran with China, and away from Europe.

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(Non-) Nuclear Trump: The Ahmadinejad of the West?

Just who is copying whom?

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Obama at Hiroshima

The U.S. president’s visit to the atomic bombing memorial caps his foreign policy agenda.

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Time to Let Iran Prove Itself

With a short-term deal struck, Iran must be given the chance to be tested.

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Not China, Not Japan, Not North Korea

What is the real concern of average South Koreans?

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Rohani’s Presidential Pulpit

Can the incoming Iranian president outmaneuver his country’s hardliners on foreign affairs? Will that enhance global governance?

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Election 2013: Expectations of the Iranian People

What are Iranian voters expecting from the June 2013 presidential election compared with the 2009 election and Green uprising?

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