White House’s Iran “Fact Sheet” Turns Out to Be More of a Best Case Scenario

In early April the Internet was abuzz over the Obama Administration’s agreement with Iran over the future of its nuclear program. Of course, there was widespread disagreement about the merits of the agreement – many thought it allowed Iran too much leeway to continue developing a nuclear weapon and too much economic relief to fund…
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Netanyahu’s Speech Shows the Real Power of Diplomacy

It was a sad display of petulance. President Barack Obama declined to meet with his Israeli counterpart—Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu—during his trip to Washington earlier this week. Instead of even watching the speech on television, he scheduled a video conference with other world leaders to discuss Ukraine. Secretary of State John Kerry sent his regrets,…
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