Ardeshir Zahedi, ambassador to the stars.
Take religion seriously.
“Terrorists take their place in the first row, we in Europe in the second.”
International pressure on Israel to concede, without pressure on the Palestinians to match Israeli concessions.
Iran’s mullahs are likely to scrap the nuclear deal the moment doing so becomes convenient.
A popular idea that’s failed many times.
President Obama’s recent letter to Ayatollah Khameini, the forth such personal appeal to Iran’s Supreme Leader, can serve only to undermine efforts at preventing Iran. . .
Israel is much less isolated in the international arena than the standard version would have you believe, and its popularity is growing.
A decade ago, the United States vetoed burgeoning ties between Israel and China. Now Sino-Israeli relations are flourishing again—this time, apparently, with Washington’s blessing.
No hard evidence exists that a friendlier American policy has changed Arab views of the United States for the better.