Today’s incentives are tomorrow’s leverage. And if Biden gives diplomacy with Iran a real shot, he may find he won’t need that leverage after all.
Media mentions – Iran
[…] at the end of the day, Tehran and Washington know the alternatives to a JCPOA collapse are terrible
This meeting will either push the EU and US to say it’s worth pursuing another round of talks with Iran, or they are really going to accelerate their options […]
Resistance and endurance are pointless if diplomatic and economic opportunities are not seized when they arise
In an op-ed, Ellie Geranmayeh remarks on the state of the Iran nuclear deal on its seventh anniversary.
Turkey is skillfully walking a middle path, signaling to the Americans that it won’t just be a compliant ally and do what we want, but they’re signaling the same thing to the Russians
Israel is most certainly involved in this operation
Iran is positioning itself as a major drone power in the region
Federico Borsari is quoted on his research into Iranian drone production
Trump’s unilateral imposition of secondary sanctions showed us that a sanctions campaign does not have to be multilateral to achieve maximum pressure
Iranian imports from the UAE projected at $12billion in 2021/2022 were set to exceed pre-2018 levels by March of next year