The Iran deal finishes its first year of full implementation, Iran and the P5+1 agree to neutralize additional enriched uranium at Esfahan, Congress questions Trump appointees about positions on Iran, and more in this issue.
Iran’s president calls the action a “gross violation” of the nuclear accord.
President-elect Trump's advisors voice conflicting views on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, Congress extends the Iran Sanctions Act for ten years, Rouhani responds by proposing nuclear naval propulsion, and more in this issue.
Trump should pursue continued implementation of the agreement and ensure that the IAEA has sufficient resources to keep Iran’s nuclear activities under close observation
With the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Obama ensured Iran would not go nuclear and also set diplomacy and dialogue as his administration's main foreign policy goals.
European leaders were quick to voice support for the nuclear deal with Iran after Donald Trump’s election raised concerns about the future of the agreement.
Russia completed delivery of the S-300 air defense missile system to Iran last month, concluding an $800 million deal signed between the two states in 2007.
People gawked as Catholic bishops and Iranian ayatollahs amicably walked the streets of Rome together in June. What happened when they sat together behind closed doors to discuss nuclear weapons, the use of force, and terrorism?
The negotiations that produced the Iran nuclear agreement showed a dynamic that may affect how states approach future proliferation conflicts and the potential for resolving them diplomatically.
The IAEA said Iran is complying, but some diplomats want more.
Iran wants new procedures to protect against leaks of its sensitive information.