Israel will need to achieve surprise if it hits Iran's nuclear program—yet that's very hard to do.
Iran's supreme leader is struggling to manage his hardline supporters.
The law and politics of denying Iran's prospective UN ambassador a visa.
Banks are afraid to release the Iranian money promised in the deal.
The tough task of reassuring Persian Gulf allies as Iran advances.
Even the basics are missing from the Ukraine discussion.
Making Iranian human-rights violations an issue in the nuclear negotiations would be counterproductive.
Tehran's participation would have drawbacks, but it'd be a positive step on balance.
Iran's internal situation, and our reaction to it, will matter more than Moscow's moves.
Sometimes rumors end up having public-policy consequences.
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