World


Gazprom and the Grexit: A Growing Headache for Europe

Perhaps the most troubling outcome of Greece potentially leaving the EU and a stronger Greco-Russian alliance is the possibility of Russian control over Greek natural gas and energy infrastructure.


Executing the Obama Doctrine

The so-called “Obama Doctrine” for U.S.-Iran negotiations will ensure that the United States calls the shots in reaching and implementing an agreement.


Dealing with the “Great Satan”

The recently released framework agreement has received significant support across the Iranian political spectrum.


Peripheral Vision

The Saudis will maximize their leverage in the nuclear negotiations to get what they want: regional stability in their favor.


The View from Israel

It seems the Iran deal will only reinforce the frosty relationship between Obama and Netanyahu.


Betting Big

In closing the deal with Iran, the Obama Administration would actually be taking the safest available route.