December 2, 2013

Big Fuss over a Small Iran Deal

Fareed Zakaria, Time

The Associated Press

Critics of the agreement with the rogue state worry it may be the start of a beautiful friendship. It isn't.

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November 26, 2013
Saudi Arabia Considers Nuclear Weapons
Aryn Baker, Time
As the first round of nuclear talks got under way on Nov. 7 in Geneva, select leaks to the Western media suggested that Saudi Arabia was planning to buy nuclear weapons from Pakistan. A month before, former Israeli military ... more ››
November 26, 2013
Why Hawks Should Love the Iran Deal
David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy
The reflexive reaction of Iran hawks to condemn the interim accord struck in Geneva this weekend is as wrongheaded as the triumphal assessments of those suggesting it ushers in a new, more hopeful era in the region's history.... more ››
November 26, 2013
No One in the Middle East Will Sleep
Simon Henderson, The Atlantic
So, how are the Saudis reacting? That’s the question on many people’s lips now that world powers have arrived at a nuclear deal with Iran. The simple answer is that they are probably as confused as the rest of us as they... more ››
November 26, 2013
Iran and History's Ash Heap
Christian Whiton, The National Interest
Washington and its allies could take four steps short of war to undermine the Iranian regime and distract it from its aggression. more ››
November 27, 2013
Diplomacy Is Best, But...
Alan Dershowitz, Gatestone Institute
The Obama Administration's preference for diplomacy with Iran over military action is commendable. There is a chance that diplomacy may even achieve more than sanctions. This possibility lies at the root of the deal recently... more ››