A Nuclear Deal With Iran Is Still Odds-On

by Peter Jenkins The parties to the current negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program are being discreet about the details, as is sensible. Nonetheless, from the occasional statement or remark to journalists it is possible to form some impression… Continue Reading  

Iran Nuclear Deal: Uphill on the Homestretch?

by François Nicoullaud To date, negotiators on both sides of the talks over Iran’s controversial nuclear program, which resume next week, have been remarkably discreet. Even at the political level, people have been unusually quiet. This is an excellent omen. In… Continue Reading  

How Congress Can Aid Nuclear Talks With Iran

by Kelsey Davenport In two months Iran could produce enough highly enriched uranium for a nuclear bomb, according to Secretary of State John Kerry’s testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on April 8. In isolation, this number sounds alarming, but… Continue Reading  

Netanyahu’s Anti-Iranian Rant

by Paul Pillar Benjamin Netanyahu’s tiresome vilification of Iran has taken on the characteristics of a rote obsession that diverges farther and farther from truth, reality, and his own ostensible objective. It is as if—in pursuing his real objective of… Continue Reading