The pendulum has swung decisively in favor of Donald Trump “nixing” the Iran nuclear deal at the earliest possible opportunity. The operative question is: what comes next?
Iran’s geriatric rulers can be expected to rely ever more heavily on state repression to preserve and prolong their hold on power.
The Trump administration would do well to focus on three concrete ways by which it can help Iran’s protests flourish.
The Kremlin needs a real plan to mitigate the threat of returnee ISIS figthers.
The Ukrainian navy is still unmistakably struggling to regain its footing and reconstitute its strength.
The question isn’t whether Qatar will bow to regional pressure. It’s when, and how much.
The militant group’s recent reinvention couldn’t have happened without Qatar’s support.
Egypt’s government is eating itself in order to stay in business.
Grievances against the nuclear deal have a natural constituency.
Call it Vladimir Putin’s “mission accomplished” speech.
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