On Monday, November 27, the trial of Reza Zarrab will begin. While Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian businessman, stands accused of helping Iran violate sanctions, the case will have profound ramifications for Turkey, and its relationship with the United States. Zarrab allegedly bribed…
When President Trump recently outlined his administration’s approach to Iran, he called for addressing “the full range of Iran’s destructive actions” beyond just the nuclear issue. The first step was calling on Treasury to further sanction the entire Islamic Revolutionary…
If President Trump decides not to certify that Iran is complying with the 2015 nuclear agreement it will not mean the end of the deal.
By itself, the president’s decision to not certify the Iran nuclear deal will change nothing.
Although Trump laid out his administration’s major strategic objectives in the Middle East the speech provoked many questions about how it will pursue those goals.
Pointing to historical patterns of U.S. foreign policy is insufficient to guide future strategy or to justify new expenditures of blood and treasure.
As a new administration grapples with how to address challenges in the Middle East, the Bipartisan Policy Center is launching a task force of former diplomats and senior foreign policy experts.