Will Israel and Saudi Arabia find common ground over Iran deal?
HAIFA, ISRAEL – The U.S.-led nuclear deal with Iran is making strange bedfellows in the Middle East, with longtime American allies Israel and Saudi Arabia considering new alliances to contain their common enemy. The agreement last weekend to allow ...
Americans back Iran deal by 2-to-1 margin: Reuters/Ipsos poll
How Congress Could Derail a Nuclear Deal With Iran
How the Obama administration gave Iran a win and sold out our Israeli allies.
Slate Magazine (blog)
Will Iran pact help Syria?
BEIRUT — The cutting of a deal with Iran over its nuclear program after years of acrimony has raised hopes among some that the agreement will prompt movement in stalled talks to end the Syrian civil war. Iran is a major ally and backer of Syrian ...
Iran ready to join Syria peace talks if invited: Zarif
What Does the Iran Deal Mean for Syria?
Russia: Don't make 'mistake' of excluding Iran from Syria peace talks
White House calls for Iran to release retired FBI agent
Los Angeles Times
Days after completing a landmark deal with Iran to freeze its nuclear program, the White House publicly called Tuesday for the release of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who was taken captive in Iran more than six years ago. In the statement, the ...
Obama Asks Iran for 'Safe Return' of Former FBI Agent
US asks Iran to 'secure' ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson
White House to Iran: Help return retired FBI agent
5 reasons diverse critics oppose Iran nuclear deal
Washington (CNN) -- It is the first major international agreement on Iran's nuclear ambitions after a decade of failed efforts, and follows the first notable thaw in U.S-Iranian relations in 34 years. Iran reaches nuclear deal with world leaders -- now ...
Hardliners hold fire on Iran nuclear deal, but for how long?
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's nuclear negotiators returned home as heroes on Sunday, greeted by jubilant supporters after securing a deal with world powers over the country's disputed atomic program. Two days on, Iran's political realities are sinking in.
Easing of Iran sanctions will do little to lift crippled economy, experts say
The foreign minister of Iran was greeted by cheers when he returned to his country, starved by years of economic sanctions, after a deal with the United States and other world powers to freeze the Iranian nuclear program. By agreeing to the freeze ...
Iran Nuke Deal: Do Economic Sanctions Work After All?
Comment: Despite easing of sanctions, companies may still stay out of Iran
Understanding the Deal With Iran
New York Times
The European Union has an extensive list of sanctions against Iran. Among the most damaging are an oil embargo imposed in 2012 and the expulsion of Iranian banks from a global electronic banking system, which all but paralyzed Iran's ability to do ...
Washington Post (blog)
The 'Munich'-Iran deal analogy is absurd
Washington Post (blog)
Pay not the slightest attention to the people yelling “Munich” about the Iran nuclear deal. The name of the charming, beer-loving Bavarian city has become a lazy, all-purpose argument against any international agreement, regardless of content or merit.
Iran Deal Was No Surrender
Having Ignored Iran's Character, The Obama Administration Appeases It
Conservative Media: Iran Is Munich
Iran deal's details are cause for alarm: Opposing view
The race to halt a nuclear ambitious Iran is eerily reminiscent of America's sprint more than two decades ago to halt North Korea's development of nuclear weapons, and Iran constitutes an even greater threat to the world. OUR VIEW: Iran deal poses ...
A Victory for Iran
Iran, North Korea Secretly Developing New Long-Range Rocket Booster for ICBMs
Iran's Nuclear Deal and the Misuse of History
Iran: White House Lying About Details of Nuke Deal
Washington Free Beacon
Iranian officials say that the White House is misleading the public about the details of an interim nuclear agreement reached over the weekend in Geneva. Iran and Western nations including the United States came to an agreement on the framework for an ...