Any new deal must address all three elements of Tehran's illicit nuclear program: fissile materials, weaponization and the means of delivery.
Diplomacy is extremely difficult work. But the absence of diplomacy creates even more problems.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the U.S. has "broken" its "promises tens of times, and it is the same now."
The strategic partnership arrangement has been under discussion since 2016.
The U.S. and its European allies have been trying to revive the 2015 Iran Nuclear deal, which the Trump administration withdrew from in 2018.
Simply jumping back into the Iran nuclear deal isn't an option.
Many of Iran's rulers are as tired of their outcast status as its people are. Deprived of their buffers in Ankara and Doha, they are ready to cut a deal.
Former President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the 2015 agreement in 2018.
If democracy should prevail, President Joe Biden will soon return to the Iran nuclear deal. The president should feel confident in doing so because it's what Americans want.
President Joe Biden will need to manage his foreign policy challenges with shrewd diplomacy, and take bold action to mitigate risks of war.
Rafael Grossi said the three-month bridge agreement between the U.N. agency and Iran was "quite fragile."
The nation's longest-serving prime minister has lost ground and is on the ropes—but he could still surprise on March 23.
The days at hand belong to those nations that seize the moment.
The former secretary of state defended the work that the Trump administration did with Iran.
As it stands right now, the U.S. foreign policy of today is looking eerily familiar to the U.S. foreign policy of yesterday.
Netanyahu has warned Iran that Israel is serious about preventing a nuclear Iran. Tehran should listen.
Should he keep U.S. forces in Afghanistan past May, Joe Biden, like the three previous presidents before him, will own America's longest war and find it harder to withdraw in the future.
Responsible Israelis should support Biden's return to a substantially improved Iran nuclear deal. But they should demand that this time, it's better.
The White House is pushing Iran to return to compliance with the nuclear deal before it lifts sanctions, but Tehran wants Joe Biden to make the first move.