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


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  

Anti-Iran Crowd Label Lew a “Chamberlain”


by Ali Gharib Two years ago at the annual conference hosted by the Jerusalem Post, the crowd booed Alan Dershowitz. Why would they attack a man who seems to have no shame in excusing each and every one of Israel’s… Continue Reading  

Congress Learns to Compromise on Iran?


by Ali Gharib One of the most striking things about the congressional discourse about the Iran talks had been the overwrought denunciations of diplomacy by Republicans. You don’t have to look hard. Mark Kirk, the Illinois senator, takes every chance… Continue Reading  

Iran: Deal or No Deal?


by John Feffer The full-page ad in this week’s Washington Post portraying President Obama as history’s favorite whipping boy, Neville Chamberlain, was wrong in nearly every one of its many strident particulars. It was wrong in suggesting that a nuclear agreement… Continue Reading