News of the Iranian fleet’s arrival in the Gulf of Mexico clearly has the flavor of a political and media response to the latest tensions regarding Iran, especially in the Persian Gulf.
If Trump manages to convince Congress to overturn this agreement by voting for sanctions against Tehran ... it would be the end of this century’s greatest success in multilateral negotiations.
<i>Donald Trump has until Oct. 15 to certify that Tehran is complying with the agreement, but there are alarming indications that he plans not to.</i>
The onslaught of President Donald Trump’s plans to reverse or abandon agreements of cooperation and interconnection with the rest of the world has been notable: the [Read more]
Trump's speech at AIPAC this week was a significant step for him on the way to calming Jewish and Israeli fears surrounding his candidacy.
Even if Congress and the White House disagree on every other issue, they will never disagree on guaranteeing the security of Israel, opposing the Islamic Republic and preventing its progress wherever possible.
The USA has never known what to do in Syria. But better late than never.
Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s tedious diatribe in front of the [U.S.] Congress enable him to make any agreement between Washington and Tehran politically impossible by presenting it as a new Munich?
For Washington, a change of regime in Syria is not a priority at this point in time - a risky strategy for Obama, in particular in domestic terms.