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Iran Deal 2.0

  • How Congress Can Nix Biden’s Iran Deal

    Regardless of the ‘inherent guarantees’ it is seeking, Iran is wrong to believe that President Biden and Secretary Blinken can keep their promises of protection and largesse for the regime’s worst elements past January 2023

    By GABRIEL NORONHA

  • This Isn’t Obama’s Iran Deal. It’s Much, Much Worse.

    The last thing the world needs is another nuclear-armed dictatorship flush with cash and attacking its neighbors. But that’s what President Biden and his Iran envoy Robert Malley are creating in the deal they are about to close in Vienna, according to career State Department sources.

    By GABRIEL NORONHA

  • The Realignment

    In the Middle East, Biden is finishing what Obama started. And his top advisers are all on board.

    By MICHAEL DORAN and TONY BADRAN

  • The Iran Deal’s Inevitable Sequel

    Barack Obama’s plan was never about stopping Iran from obtaining a bomb. It was about realigning American interests in the Middle East in order to remake the Democratic Party at home.

    By LEE SMITH

  • Why Iran Is Getting the Bomb

    The ‘moderates’ staffing the Biden administration will move quickly to cement Barack Obama’s foreign policy legacy, starting with its most obvious failures

    By LEE SMITH

Also by Michael Lind

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