‘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
Does the president understand the depths—and destructive implications—of the ayatollahs’ radical views on Jews?
Holocaust-denying rhetoric masks Nazi-like fantasies
There will be snacks, if you can get in
What he said, what they said, and what America is now saying to the world about exterminationist anti-Semitism
A pact with Iran sends a clear message to Arab liberals: No one will help you
Newly re-elected prime minister says he still wants a two-state solution
By boasting of enabling Iran’s bloody nuclear hopes, the Obama administration ushers in the age of Renfield and Dracula
A wrinkle in the nuclear deal emerges, plus advice from Billy Joel