At a multilateral meeting on the Iran nuclear issue, a deal toward a "framework" has been reached. The deal represents meaningful progress toward curtailing Iran’s nuclear program. In order to stabilize the Middle East, Iran and the West must work together toward a final agreement.
Foreign ministers from Iran and [Read more]
When taking a good look at the family gathered in Lausanne, doubts about Iran’s importance on the international stage dissipate. The ministers of foreign relations from five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council are there: Mrs. Mogherini, high representative of EU foreign affairs, the German minister as [Read more]
Certainly there will be disagreement with my description of a Nobel Peace Prize laureate as a terrorist — some may even be astonished. I stress, though, that in fact we have a right to describe Obama in this way. He deserves this description since he acts exactly as a terrorist acts. If the shoe fits .…
Sunday, hours before the foreign policy heads of Iran and six involved powers (Germany, China, United States, France, Great Britain and Russia) were to meet in Lausanne to make an agreement, which seemed possible, on the size of the Iranian nuclear program, a group of 47 Republican senators caused confusion by [Read more]