Sanctions regimes aren't simple, and they only work when their negative secondary effects do not outweigh their primary achievements.
Obama's JCPOA terms actually give the White House sound legal footing for decertification. But now Trump owns the consequences.
Memo outlines a “21st century financial version of Kennedy’s Cuba quarantine.”
Trump should be seeking a longer agreement, not a shorter one.
White House reluctantly certifies Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal, while hitting Tehran with fresh sanctions
Trump has no clear agenda or policies of his own, and in their absence he is simply trying to tear down Obama’s key domestic and foreign policy achievements, with little understanding or care for what might replace them.
The more Iran’s economy is bolstered by large-scale Western business deals, the harder it will be for the United States to deploy sanctions effectively.
The U.S. renews sanctions relief for Iran even as it imposes new penalties in a ‘waive-and-slap” policy.
The White House is considering ramping up existing sanctions to hold Tehran’s feet to the fire.
Members of Congress considering new Iran sanctions legislation should have open eyes regarding the Trump administration's attitude toward the nuclear deal.
The U.S. arrested the Turkish executive and charged him with colluding in a multimillion-dollar scheme to help Iran evade U.S. sanctions.