Foreign Policy Luminaries Warn Against New Iran Sanctions

by Jasmin Ramsey In a letter today, a bipartisan group of senior foreign policy luminaries urged senators not to pass new sanctions against Iran, warning that additional sanctions would jeopardize ongoing diplomatic efforts and potentially move the U.S. closer to… Continue Reading

AIPAC Bill Runs Into Unusual Resistance In Congress

by Mitchell Plitnick In an article published in The Hill, Mike Coogan reports that some of the key legislation that emerged from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) 2013 annual policy conference is running into significant difficulties in Congress.… Continue Reading

The “How To Rally the Iranian People Behind Their Regime Act of 2011”

The House Foreign Affairs Committee will be marking up its version of the Iran sanctions bill on Wednesday, and last-minute additions by the Chair, Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, will no doubt provoke great enthusiasm among the hardest of hard-liners in… Continue Reading