With Iran’s enemies increasingly growing and their allies dwindling, it might be time for the regime to start counting its last days.
The Biden administration, searching for a foreign-policy victory, has given no indication that it intends to abandon the dialogue.
The Saudi visit to Turkey presents an opportunity for the two countries to form a peace agreement that would better serve stability in the region.
Washington and Tehran are closer to a deal.
This authoritarian partnership has the potential to fundamentally threaten the region’s stability.
In a speech today, Haley will take aim at the partnership of ‘imperial Russia, Communist China, and jihadist Iran.’
Biden must abandon his quest for a nuclear deal.
The United States should seek an agreement that is fair and beneficial for America and its allies, instead of pursuing a deal at any cost.
Has the Biden administration realized its mistake in pursuing a nuclear agreement with Iran and in antagonizing allies such as Saudi Arabia and Israel?
Iran envoy Robert Malley’s testimony revealed that the administration’s Iran policy has run its course and failed.