States Cast Shadow over Iran Nuclear Deal

by Jo-Anne Hart For anyone who has forgotten that states occasionally conduct their own foreign policy, welcome to the latest potential battleground for implementing the Iran nuclear agreement. Thirty-two states and the District of Columbia have some form of Iran sanctions measures… Continue Reading  

Iran Hawks Try a New Congressional Tactic

by Tyler Cullis This week, the Senate and House introduced resolutions expressing congressional support for state and local divestment measures targeting foreign companies engaged in certain trade-related dealings with Iran. Both resolutions, which have attracted bipartisan support among congressional opponents… Continue Reading  

EU Notably Silent after US Sanctions Greek National

If an international agreement is violated and no one makes a sound, did it really happen? by Samuel Cutler A few weeks ago, the State Department imposed sanctions on Greek businessman Dimitris Cambis and his company, Impire Shipping Ltd., pursuant… Continue Reading  

The Daily Talking Points

News and views on U.S.-Iran relations for January 21: Foreign Policy: Josh Rogin, on his Foreign Policy blog The Cable, reports that administration officials are pushing back against a common perception in Congress that China isn’t doing enough to support… Continue Reading