Europe must find its backbone and join the U.S. in holding Iran accountable.
A welcome opportunity to bolster U.S.-U.K. relations.
Iran has repeatedly violated the flawed nuclear accord since the day it was announced.
Economic pain is undermining the Iranian government at home and—for the first time—in two of its most important client states.
"We are fully prepared to respond to any attack, whether by proxy, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or regular Iranian forces," national security adviser John Bolton said.
White House national security adviser John Bolton had warned Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, "I don't think you'll have many more anniversaries left to enjoy."
The new special purpose vehicle for trade with Iran could keep the nuclear deal until 2020, experts argue.
Throughout China, there has been an increasing perception that the arrest of Huawei's CFO was a "political kidnapping" carried out in conjunction with the United States.
Marty Kady, the editor of Politico Pro pointed out on Twitter that Meng's detention was the "equivalent of an Apple or Facebook exec being arrested in China."
Beijing has urged the Western nations "to immediately correct the wrongdoing and restore the personal freedom of Ms. Meng Wanzhou," the Chinese Embassy said of the Huawei chief financial officer facing extradition to the U.S.
Trump administration officials are preparing new economic sanctions against Tehran.
The decision comes after the U.S. declared that while the Islamic Republic is not in breach of the nuclear deal, it is not living up to the spirit of the accord.
While in Paris, he will sign a contract to purchase 114 Airbus planes to add to Iran Air's fleet.
State television showed a new underground depot with Emad precision-guided missiles which the U.S. says can take a nuclear warhead.
Despite the deal, Iran will not change its anti-Western foreign policy.
A U.N. report suggests the lapse is because the U.S. does not want to upset the Mullahs ahead of a nuclear deal.
European business and big oil prepare to pounce when and if sanctions are lifted.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has broken his silence on the nuclear agreement.
"I neither support nor oppose the deal. Everything is in the details, it may be that the deceptive other side wants to restrict us in the details," Khamenei said in a speech broadcast live on state television.
Many details must still be hammered out, including the pace and extent of sanctions removal.