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The Day after Tomorrow: The EU and the Iran Nuclear Deal

The Day after Tomorrow: The EU and the Iran Nuclear Deal

The EU should lead a multi-dimensional diplomacy to rebuild trust and secure the participation of the original signatories on the basis of a more comprehensive agreement.

President Barack Obama talks with President Hassan Rouhani of Iran during a phone call in the Oval Office, Sept. 27, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) 
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Dealing Reform: Iranian Domestic Politics after the Nuclear Deal

The success of the US-Iran nuclear talks shows the limits of the Obama doctrine in accomplishing the kind of social change that many reformists would like to see.

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The Oil of Iran: Past and Present in Perspective

With vast oil and gas reserves to draw upon, Iran could transform itself into an energy superpower – yet there also remains a great deal of doubt.

Iran’s Execution Spike under Rouhani: Who Is Pulling the Chairs?

Iran’s Execution Spike under Rouhani: Who Is Pulling the Chairs?

The closer we get to the deadline for a final nuclear deal, its most fervent opponents will frantically flail their arms in a last ditch attempt to stay relevant.

Nuclear Deal with Iran: Worth It or Not?

Nuclear Deal with Iran: Worth It or Not?

If there is an opportunity for the US and Iran to drop their sloganeering and meet halfway to lay the groundwork for meaningful relations, it is worth trying now.

Iran, Latin American, and U.S. National Security

Iran, Latin American, and U.S. National Security

Iran’s foreign policy toward Latin America can be seen as antagonistic toward the U.S. It also fulfills Iran’s attempt to establish a presence in the U.S.’s backyard.

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