Washington and Tehran may be able to find common ground on the need to stabilize the regime in Kabul.
Making assertions without evidence does not lead to good policy.
Rafsanjani’s elimination from the presidential campaign has shocked the nation.
The June elections have been shaken up by the entry of former president Rafsanjani.
Three distinct schools of thought have emerged about Tehran's nuclear program.
The price of a war must be carefully counted.
Tehran's outdoing Washington in Manama.
A study suggests China isn't getting pushier—the common perception was wrong.
There's no straightforward logic to our nonproliferation approach.
A senior parliamentarian suggests the Caspian republic should be absorbed.
It's unwise for Congress to preapprove a war of aggression.
The Iranian press was unusually optimistic about the failed Kazakh negotiations. That hints at space for agreement.
Simple, cost-free steps could give the Iranians reason to make positive moves of their own.
They might not provoke major changes. But that's not their only purpose.
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