Agents of Influence: Obama and his advisers, now seeking to shape his legacy, say they are proud they ditched the ‘Washington playbook’ and decided to stay out of the Sunni-Shia conflict in the Middle East. Only they didn’t. They intervened on behalf of Iran.
Agents of Influence: The real consequence of Obama’s signature foreign policy initiative is mayhem
How a small pro-Iranian lobby became part of a vast messaging machine to push the nuclear deal that helped reshape the Middle East
Iran Week: Here’s what we know about Iran’s secret ballistic missile and nuclear technological exchanges with the defiant rogue state of North Korea
Broader aims on Middle East realignment led the outgoing president’s efforts at two-track diplomacy. One track was misdirection. The other handed the region to Russia and Iran.
The flagship pro-Israel lobbying organization failed to stop Obama’s Iran Deal. It may lose even more influence under Trump.
Why the new Commander-in-Chief has few good options for rebuilding the Middle East order that Obama negotiated away
America’s Moral Collapse in Syria: Why hasn’t the administration done anything about Syria, and won’t? Because the Iran Deal.
Latest developments in the deployment of Barack Obama’s signature foreign policy achievement: Are we safer?
In one debate surrounding the JCPOA, it’s all about the Benjamins
But the Obama Administration bets $100 billion that Iran is innocent
Instead of labeling goods made in the West Bank, how about a few billions in the bank?
The president’s Syria policy poses a direct threat to Israel
After a heated session in Tehran, lawmakers pushed the bill forward in a victory for President Hassan Rouhani
The White House Press Secretary trades barbs with Bloomberg columnists about the Iran Deal on Twitter
Ann Coulter’s GOP debate comment about “f—ing Jews” should to be called out for what it is—hateful. But her rhetoric is just the tip of a swelling anti-Semitic iceberg.
The New York Times makes a list
The Comedy Cellar in Greenwich Village gets ready to host a debate on Israel, Iran, and nuclear accords.
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