A diplomatic solution with Iran won't tie up American policymakers.
Our approach to Iran is not cost-free.
Humiliating a nation can be dangerous—yet that is what some now want to do to Iran.
Parallels to Iran.
The stakes are high for what comes next.
Reagan's handling of the Soviet Union suggests he'd take a more subtle approach than some of his self-proclaimed ideological heirs.
Isolation hasn't worked.
Election reform, not a new constitution, is the best way out of America's present political crisis.
Using some states as props for argument—and playing lawyer for others.
Former members of the armed services make up a shrinking share of the population and of Congress. What does that mean for our politics?
"We are not playing a football game, or a zero-sum game. Humiliation of Iran does not advance U.S. interests."
We apply the label too readily today.
Both American and Iranian officials struggle to manage hardline factions that don't want a deal.
The public tends to cycle between seeing too much snooping and clamoring for more.
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