Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said the Iranian government has no connection to the contest, which is apparently hogwash. So what are we to make of the nuclear deal?
In one debate surrounding the JCPOA, it’s all about the Benjamins
But the Obama Administration bets $100 billion that Iran is innocent
President Barack Obama has done more to pivot the United States away from the hawkish foreign policy entrenched in Washington than even his supporters give him credit for
Just as reporter Jason Rezaian was freed from two years in captivity, the paper of record was selling luxury tours to Tehran. Why?
Obama’s long game is a complete restructuring of the balance of power in the region—but with what results?
After a heated session in Tehran, lawmakers pushed the bill forward in a victory for President Hassan Rouhani
The enlightened-benighted paradoxes of the Shia state have deep roots, and relations with Jews are at a historical nadir
Israeli MK Yair Lapid blames Benjamin Netanyahu for the Jewish State’s failure to have any influence on the Iran deal and for the lack of progress in solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The Israeli leader’s diplomatic efforts to stop a nuclear deal with Iran have proven a dismal failure
The New York Times makes a list
In the fight over sanctions and the nuclear deal, how did the supposedly all-powerful pro-Israel lobby lose to the slick operatives of the National Iranian American Council?
Our readers—both supporters and detractors of the Iran nuclear deal—want answers from Barack Obama. Here are the points they hope he addresses in his speech to the American Jewish community today.
The lawyer and author addresses the presidential election, BDS, J Street, and his new book about opposing the nuclear deal with Iran
The biggest event of the summer
Major concessions revealed as the AP reports on a secret side deal between the U.N. and Tehran
Part 2: Smith: Obama’s defenders hear no evil because they’ve seen no evil
Part 1: Duss and Gitlin: Tablet editorial ‘an insult to readers’ intelligence’
Why the Iranian president faces a severe test from powerful hardline conservatives inside the Islamic Republic—and why the moderates may lose
‘We will be melted:’ Jack Black, Morgan Freeman, Natasha Lyonne, Queen Noor of Jordan, and Tablet contributor Thomas R. Pickering speak out
Over the years of negotiation, concession after concession from the West
Will the deal hold the Islamic Republic in check? The former under secretary of state explains and defends the most complex and important treaty this century.
She can save the Iran deal or she can sink it. Her choice may determine the fate of two administrations—Obama’s, and her own.
Tehran University political scientist Sadegh Zibakalam dares to publicly oppose his regime’s foreign policy
Oh, what a relief it is
Why President Obama’s deal is not just an act of faith, but a call to arms—of the liberal sort
Read our coverage leading up the accord, which President Obama says is ‘built on verification’
A dispatch from Vienna, where the White House continues to cover for the Iranians who refuse to come clean
The West is weak. Say it with me now: concessions, concessions, concessions.
As the deadline nears, opponents desire the Islamic Republic to come clean on PMDs