The New Sanctions against Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Are a Good Start, but More Can Be Done

April 18 2019

Last week, the U.S. government officially designated Tehran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)—the paramilitary organization responsible for the bulk of the regime’s evildoing at home and abroad—as a terrorist organization. The designation imposes sanctions on the IRGC, but, argue Bradley Bowman and Andrew Gabel, Washington has at its disposal additional economic measures it can use against the group, and ample reason to use them:

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More about: Iran, Iraq war, Revolutionary Guard, Terrorism, U.S. Foreign policy

Most Palestinians Want to Cooperate with Israel to Fight the Coronavirus

April 1 2020

Examining recent survey data, David Pollock comments on Palestinian perceptions of the current pandemic:

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More about: Coronavirus, Palestinian public opinion