The Biden administration should pivot to a Plan B.
The Islamic Republic seems in no hurry to complete a nuclear deal.
The loss of U.S. credibility has been a boon for Tehran.
“Tehran continues to stonewall inspectors.”
Democrats might balk at extending $10 billion to Vladimir Putin.
There is no need for Russian firms to engage in uranium transactions with Iran.
The current U.S. policy is “one step forward, four steps back.”
Riyadh’s representatives will watch the IDF demonstrate tactics aimed at striking Iran.
Tehran will get guns, butter, and nuclear deterrence.
Tehran and Moscow want to undermine the U.S.-led order.
The concessions are dangerous and unnecessary.
Washington tolerated Islamabad’s nuclear ambitions in exchange for nonexistent counterterrorism support.
And Vladimir Putin can use it to his advantage.