An Iranian admission of past guilt is not necessary for a sound agreement.
America can't renegotiate the Iran nuclear deal, but it can still make it better.
Iran needs to get off the fence and decide if it will make the compromises necessary to clinch an agreement.
Although both President Obama and Rouhani face opposition at home, the domestic obstacles are more formidable on the Iranian side.
The United States has favored a policy of what some observers have called “strategic patience.” There could be a better way.
Iran can achieve its goals in upcoming negotiations. However, it must adopt a more realistic position on the enrichment issue. What will Tehran do?
Nuclear hypocrisy for India's sake endangers U.S. security.
In terms of proliferation, China has come a long way since the 1960s, when its declared policy was to support nuclear proliferation as a means of what it called "breaking the hegemony of the superpowers.
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