Momentum is once again building for diplomacy with Iran. In this paper, we detail the principles that should determine the content of that package and the boundaries of U.S. negotiations with Iran. Based on these principles, we agree the optimal solution - and the one that would contribute the most toward peace and stability in the region - would be a settlement only permitting Iran to retain a civilian nuclear power program but no enrichment facilities or capabilities.
We have now arrived at a critical moment in the quest to thwart Tehran's nuclear ambitions. The first report of the Iran Task Force conducted under the auspices of the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy analyzes how.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Evelyn Gordon on the Mideast powder keg caused by the combination of Egypt's revolution and a troubling change in Western attitudes toward the Israeli-Arab peace process. This combination has the potential to lead Egypt into a war with Israel.