U.S President Donald Trump may have Israel and Saudi Arabia on his side. But without a hint of any strategic contingency planning by the White House, it would appear that the United States can expect to pay for the Iran decision in spades—from western Europe to the Pacific.
Now that the Trump administration has left the JCPOA, EU governments are looking to Washington to set out how they intend to build a negotiated solution to shared concerns.
Donald Trump has withdrawn from the nuclear deal with Iran, but he appears to have no Plan B.
The U.S. violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) gives Iran more nuclear options, and the West less control. Here is what President Trump is throwing away by scrapping the Iran nuclear deal.
Walking away from the Iran nuclear deal could mean that Iran is free to continue developing nuclear weapons.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s faulty assumptions and unrealistic expectations could doom prospects for peacefully deescalating one nuclear standoff—and applying these misguided lessons to Iran could manufacture yet another.
How did Emmanuel Macron approach Donald Trump on the Middle East at their summit last week?
Scrapping the Iran nuclear deal could further empower undemocratic forces in Tehran and lead to increased destabilization of the Middle East.
Netanyahu presumably only presented a small fraction of what he has but what he presented seemed largely consistent with what the International Atomic Energy Agency had previously reported.
Despite a warm relationship between the two leaders, President Trump’s threats to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal risk creating complications for President Macron.