How Europe Can Save What’s Left of the Iran Nuclear Deal
With the help of Russia and China, European leaders can prevent the total collapse of the 2015 agreement—and keep the region safer.
How Close Is Iran to a Nuclear Bomb, Really?
Experts say Tehran has the capability to build a nuclear weapon within a few years but perhaps not the intent.
The Road to Tehran Runs Through Oslo
Norway—and Oman—can help end the impasse over Iran sanctions by creating an externally-managed and guaranteed oil fund.
Trump’s Iran Policy Is Blowing Up His Energy Agenda
The U.S. president wanted to be energy independent, but he’s forcing his country to get more deeply involved in the global oil market.
Trump Will Be Hard-Pressed to Get Allies to Stop Buying Iran’s Oil
Hawks want to reimpose the economic pressure Iran faced before the nuclear deal — but they probably won’t be able to.
With the Trump Win, Will Iran’s First Post-Sanctions Energy Deal Be Its Last?
Tehran finally enticed foreign investment, but concern about a return of sanctions hangs over the energy sector’s future.
Davos Diary: Iran Insists It’s Open for Business. Will It Have Any Customers?
With nuclear sanctions lifted, Tehran wants the world to invest in its economy. It remains to be seen if it will have any takers.
Unfounded Fears About Iran’s Oil Sparks Steep Global Losses
World markets are tanking amid misplaced fears about Iran's oil flooding an already oversaturated market.
Iran’s Return to Oil Markets Is Good for Energy Firms but Bad for Russia
Iranian oil on global markets is good for energy companies. It's not so good for Vladimir Putin.