Eli Lake is a Bloomberg View columnist. He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI.
Now even the Republicans who hated the agreement are talking about tightening the terms, not scrapping it.
Designating the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization could put pressure on the regime.
Supporters of the Iran nuclear deal are in panic mode.
The public line from the supporters of the Iran nuclear deal in the last two years has been clear. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, as the core agreement is known, is wonderful. As President Barack Obama said after its negotiations were completed in 2015: “There’s a reason why 99 percent of t
Consider the plight of an ethnic group seeking self-determination in the Middle East.
Under President Barack Obama this kind of thing was routine. Since the Iran nuclear deal was reached in 2015, every few months the State Department would inform Congress that the Tehran government was in compliance.
In the days before President Hassan Rouhani's re-election victory in Iran this weekend, a video of one of his old speeches circulated on social media, Eli Lake wrote in an article published on Bloomberg.