The Trump administration’s vision of a “better deal” with Iran is like a mirage in the desert–it may look good, but it is not real and there is no path to get there.
The latest analysis on the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action following President Trump's decision to violate and withdraw from the nuclear deal.
It is bad enough that the Trump administration has violated the Iran nuclear deal and threatened the NPT regime by opening the door for expanded Iranian nuclear capacity. The president and his advisors must not now compound that error by swallowing their tongues when another NPT member state in the region threatens to pursue the bomb.
Iran threatens to resume activities barred under the nuclear accord if Trump moves to reimpose sanctions.
As time winds down to the May 12 deadline President Trump set for negotiating a “fix” to the nuclear deal with Iran, Washington’s P5+1 partners are warning Washington of the consequences if the deal collapses.
Trump’s threat to walk away rattles key allies.
Press release on the appointment of John Bolton as National Security Advisor