"Whatever has happened under Trump's administration must go back to the pre-Trump era," a top Iranian official said.
Unless there is verifiable dismantlement of Iran's enrichment program, Tehran will always retain the ability to renege on its non-proliferation promises.
Jake Sullivan, Biden's pick to be national security adviser, said Monday that the incoming administration thinks "it is feasible and achievable" to return to the Iran deal.
A new Iranian president may also be better positioned in the system to negotiate more expansively than Rouhani. Washington shouldn't be rushing to recreate a reality from 2015 that doesn't exist anymore.
Israel is putting Iran's nuclear scientists on notice that their chosen vocation could turn out to be downright hazardous to their health.
Nuclear cooperation between the U.S., Israel, the UAE and Saudi Arabia could help prevent a cascade of Middle Eastern nuclear proliferation.
Let us hope Biden does not return America to the inadequate Iran Deal, setting the region back on a path to war.
Biden has vowed to restore the JCPOA, but some of Trump's actions are irreversible.
"Today the international community once again expressed support for multilateralism," Iran's Ambassador to the U.K. Hamid Baeidinejad said.
The Iranian atomic energy agency claimed on Monday that country now has the ability to enrich isotopes other than uranium.
It would be very foolish and shortsighted for the U.S. to cede Middle East influence to China.
The stakes of the 2020 election could not possibly be higher for America's national security.
The Trump administration has rightfully put the final nail in the coffin of liberal international institutionalism.
Any and all forms of Iranian appeasement must be taken off the table.
Europe must find its backbone and join the U.S. in holding Iran accountable.
A welcome opportunity to bolster U.S.-U.K. relations.
"The limits of the Trump administration's highly unilateral and aggressive foreign policy are being exposed," an opinion column argued.
Iran has repeatedly violated the flawed nuclear accord since the day it was announced.
The situation with Iran has dramatically changed since the 2015 nuclear deal was inked.
Scott Modell, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, debates The American Conservative's Curt Mills.
A decades-long obsession with Iranian regime change continues to harm U.S. national interests.
The U.S. made aim to replace the regime that is the world's number one state sponsor of global jihad.
All options must be on the table to counter the rogue Iranian regime.