Obama's JCPOA terms actually give the White House sound legal footing for decertification. But now Trump owns the consequences.
The U.S. announced $12 million for two senior leaders, marking a shift in counterterrorism strategy.
International sanctions can't compete against the ingenuity of North Korean entrepreneurs.
Rights advocates, fearing loss of leverage over Khartoum, are dismayed
Fortunately, the United States can.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher met in Moscow with Natalia Veselnitskaya two months before she met with Donald Trump Jr.
Convincing African countries to truly isolate North Korea would require diplomatic prowess that the United States currently lacks.
Moscow is not the place to look for solutions.
Hawks want to reimpose the economic pressure Iran faced before the nuclear deal — but they probably won’t be able to.
Khartoum hopes to get a permanent lifting of sanctions now that it’s playing ball with Washington in the fight on terror.
Memo outlines a “21st century financial version of Kennedy’s Cuba quarantine.”
There’s no reason to trust any of the Trump administration’s criticisms of, or plans for replacing, the JCPOA.