Dov Zakheim, Paul Pillar and Zalmay Khalilzad discussed the topic at an event at the Center for the National Interest.
Denuclearization is a worthy goal to pursue, but getting a genuine complete, verifiable, and irreversible disarmament was always going to be a long shot.
Iran’s penchant for using its formal banking sector to fund its vast array of destabilizing regional activities is what makes engaging in any commerce with the Islamic Republic economically dubious.
The U.S. withdrawal shows that American sanctions against one country can have negative, “collateral” effects on others.
North Korean diplomacy, even if it proves to be theater with no substance, sets the United States up in a stronger position and may yield a breakthrough.
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