For Regime Change in Iran

Flag in front of Iran’s Foreign Ministry building in Tehran (Morteza Nikoubazl/Reuters)
We do not want to invade to achieve it, but it should still be our objective.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE P resident Obama was dishonest while empowering Iran. President Trump is incoherent while squeezing Iran. Obviously, the latter is better. But can it work in the long term?

Trump wisely renounced Obama’s non-binding nuclear deal with the mullahs, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Even if its murky terms were followed, the JCPOA would put Iran on a glide path toward becoming a nuclear-weapons power. Besides permitting the regime to continue enriching uranium and operating advanced centrifuges, the JCPOA infused Tehran with desperately needed funding (mainly in the form of sanctions relief) while obliging the United States to support its development of

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