By Michelle Cann and Lesley McNiesh on March 26, 2014
Countries took important steps to reduce nuclear material at the Nuclear Security Summit in the Hague this week, but there is still more work to be done.
By Matt Duss on March 21, 2014
It appears that the Iranians are motivated to negotiate even in the absence of additional sanctions.
By Hayes Brown on December 20, 2013
"I think the politics of trying to look tough on Iran are often good when you're running for office, or if you're in office."
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By Hayes Brown on December 19, 2013
Ten Senate chairs have called on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) to consult them before any new sanctions legislation hits the floor.
By Hayes Brown on November 25, 2013
Despite the arguments floating around, the interim deal between the world and Iran bears little resemblance to the attempts to constrain North Korea.
By Hayes Brown on November 24, 2013
The six month deal will freeze Iran's nuclear program while offering small amounts of relief from sanctions while a lasting agreement is negotiated.
By Hayes Brown on November 18, 2013
The White House is yet again been forced to deny rumors that top advisor Valerie Jarrett has been holding secret talks with Iran.
By Hayes Brown on November 14, 2013
"If we're serious about pursuing diplomacy, then there's no need for us to add new sanctions on top of the sanctions that are already very effective," Obama said.
By Hayes Brown on November 6, 2013
Ahead of talks over Iran's nuclear program, the U.S. is reportedly preparing to offer sanctions relief in exchange for a temporary halt in Iranian enrichment.
By Ben Armbruster on October 18, 2013
Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) wants to authorize war against Iran but it's not entirely clear that the Arizona Republican knows all he can about the facts surrounding the issue.