Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in a surprise choice after Colombians voted “No” to an agreement he signed with Marxist rebels to end 52 years of war.
Is the Iranian nuclear deal Hillary Clinton’s biggest foreign policy liability?
The U.S. State Department denied that a “secret document” in the Iran nuclear deal will enable the Islamic Republic to develop nuclear weapons in just over 10 years.
When people ask me where U.S.-Iran relations are headed following the initial implementation by both sides of the joint nuclear agreement, my thoughts turn not to big, world-moving possibilities but to something actually quite small: my purchase last July of a plane ticket from Tehran to the provincial city of Shiraz.
Now that the United States and European Union have lifted sanctions on Iran, how are Jewish observers — from America to Israel, and across the political spectrum — reacting?
Iran’s conservative-dominated parliament passed a bill on Tuesday approving its nuclear deal with world powers, signaling victory for the government over hardline opponents who worry the accord opens a door to wider rapprochement with the West.
Iran’s nuclear deal may be eroding its isolation overseas, but at home it is deepening political infighting within the country’s complex power structure before two important elections, officials and analysts say.
Mordechai Vanunu, who served 18 years in prison for disclosing Israeli nuclear secrets, said in his first Israeli television interview that he does not regret his actions.
After participating in classified briefings with the lead negotiators of the Iran deal, Florida Republican Congressman Dennis Ross explains why he will vote against it.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz spent the last year personally negotiating with Iran. Now, he explains how the nuclear deal improves the security of the United States — and Israel.