Concerned U.S. politicians and citizens should look at how their foreign policy affects the economic lives of the Iranian people.
Iran has spent billions of dollars in its quest to be a regional hegemon, but its main achievement has been to spark instability across a wide swath of the Middle East.
The United States together with the UK, France, Germany, China, Russia and Iran should continue to implement rigorously the JCPOA.
It is too soon to say that the protests are over, but not too soon to say that Iran has had a new watershed moment.
The Trump administration would do well to focus on three concrete ways by which it can help Iran’s protests flourish.
Since 9/11, Pakistan has provided just enough sporadic assistance to give an impression of helpfulness, while at the same time harboring, training, and assisting violent extremist groups.
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