Emanuele Ottolenghi is a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
Where drugs can enter the country undetected, so can explosives.
Gulf rulers should recognize that the United States could choose to enforce sanctions against financial intermediaries for Syrian Air.
Tehran-trained clerics are planting deep roots in Latin America.
Tehran has long relied on multiple passport holders to conduct illicit activity.
Smart steps can be taken to rid citizenship-by-investment programs of security risks.
"The looming nuclear deal will soon unshackle Iran’s economy from the burden of Western sanctions. Who stands to benefit from this opening?"
On the surface, Israel's politics keep getting messier. Don't believe the hype.
According to Georgia’s commercial registry, all St. Kitts and Nevis nationals who registered companies there were born in Iran.
Unless Western governments pay more attention to Iranian efforts to defy the international community, Tehran will continue to elude export restrictions and bypass sanctions through the South Caucasus.
The sanctions relief provided by the Obama administration has helped the Iranian economy to the point where Iran doesn't see a need to make concessions on a nuclear deal. Time to increase pressure on Tehran.
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