Georgetown's Ariane Tabatabai examines the relationship between Iran and Shi'a militias in Iraq and discusses Tehran's goals and interests in Iraq.
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Brookings' Emma Borden breaks down recent developments in the implementation of the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Suzanne Maloney aruges that the use of financial leverage against Tehran has constituted a core element of U.S. policy toward Iran for nearly 40 years.
Ariane Tabatabai and Dina Esfandiary argue that the United States should work with Iran in countering the Islamic State.
The media scrutiny around the U.S-Iranian $1.7 billion financial settlement is a Rohrschach test for how you feel about the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Contrary to much of the apocalyptic speculation when the Iran nuclear agreement was first signed, the world has not, in fact, collapsed in the subsequent year. On Monday—a few days past the deal’s one-year anniversary—U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon wrote to the U.N. Security Council:
After Tehran announced charges against four dual nationals - including a U.S. citizen - for unstated crimes, Brookings Iran expert Suzanne Maloney discusses the ongoing complexities and tensions in the post-nuclear deal era.
A year after the Iran nuclear agreement, Brookings' Robert Einhorn argues that, although challenges remain, the deal has so far delivered on its principle goal: blocking Iran's path to nuclear weapons for an extended period of time.
On the anniversary of the Iranian nuclear agreement, Bruce Riedel reflects on the impact the deal has had on Saudi Arabia and wider regional tensions.
War between Iran and Saudi Arabia is not inevitable, but both sides must take steps now to turn down the heat. At the end of the day, it is in neither state’s interest to let their already poor relations spiral further downward.