Europe, Don’t Go All wobbly on the JCPOA!

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by Peter Jenkins It looks as though Britain, France, and Germany have decided to appease President Donald Trump to discourage him from withdrawing the United States from the July 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action… Continue Reading  

Trump’s Iran Statement: A View from Europe

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by Peter Jenkins It is with some reluctance that I write about President Donald Trump’s latest statement on Iran, because the statement is so full of half-truths, untruths, and logical fallacies that it is bad for one’s blood pressure to… Continue Reading  

Saudi Plans to Develop Nuclear Power

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by Peter Jenkins Tom Lippman reported here last week that Westinghouse hopes to win an order for nuclear reactors from Saudi Arabia (KSA). He also referred to speculation that, to help Westinghouse, the United States would not insist on KSA foregoing uranium… Continue Reading  

New US Strategy on Iran Poses Dilemma for Allies

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by Peter Jenkins How do France, Germany, and the United Kingdom intend to react to the Iran policy that President Donald Trump announced on October 13? The leaders of these states put out a statement late on October 13 that… Continue Reading  

How Should Europe React to the New US Strategy on Iran?

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by Peter Jenkins According to today’s White House statement, President Donald Trump has decided not to denounce the July 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA) or encourage Congress to kill it, but to ask… Continue Reading