Iran’s nuclear programhttp://online.wsj.com/articles/jose-marina-aznar-failed-to-cut-a-deal-with-iran-better-than-making-a-bad-one-1416961109
Tehran has been cheating for years. Do we think the regime will suddenly embrace nuclear transparency?
2014-11-26 by José María Aznar
Agreement on Iran nuclear programhttp://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/4071/geneva-agreement
In terms of nuclear infrastructure Iran is as close to getting the bomb in six months as it is today.
2013-12-02 by Rafael Bardaji
This agreement doesn’t remove the Iranian threat, it only places us in a more difficult position to deal with it in the future.
2013-11-25 by Rafael Bardají
Instead of Munich, its equivalent this century is taking place in Geneva. Just as in 1938, the most affected party is excluded from the party. Czechoslovakia was not involved in the negotiations which doomed it into slavery, and Israel is not a participant in the Geneva discussions.
2013-11-11 by Jaime Einstein
Published in The Wall Street Journal
Some lessons for Israel as it contemplates an attack on Iran’s nuclear program.
2013-05-01 by Andrew Roberts