Dealing with this asymmetrical means of waging war ... requires more tactical intuition than one can expect from a Trump.
The United States and Iran have been dispatching messages to each other in what appears to be a bid to ease tensions over the Iran nuclear deal.
This month, Iran began operations of a new type of centrifuge as a move to counter economic sanctions imposed by the United States. This is Iran's third move deviating from [Read more]
The real problem with American foreign policy is still sitting in the White House.
[T]he dynamics of the conflict between Washington and Tehran are all about turning the wheels of the weapons industry and controlling the region's oil.
[T]he president has blown up the very concept of multilateralism.
More and more countries are aware that Trump's maximum pressure campaign against Tehran is not sustainable.
It had been simply inconceivable for US President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani to ever meet given the gulf of differences between them.
So, when news broke at the G7 summit in the French seaside town of Biarritz that the two may be able to meet in the near future, it was greeted with [Read more]