Republicans’ Next Clash with Obama: Iran Nuclear Talks By Michael Mathes November 25, 2014 | Agence France-Presse The impact — even if a veto stands — could be severe, said John Bradshaw, who heads the National Security Network, a progressive think tank. “It’s not a situation that would inspire a… Read More ›
Obama Faces Tough Crowd at Home on Iran Nuclear Deal By Carl Schreck and Luke Johnson November 21, 2014 | RFE/RL Proponents of Congressional pressure say the threat of new sanctions legislation could result in greater concessions from Tehran in exchange for relief from international sanctions. Others, however, say a… Read More ›
Iran Deal Optimism Easier to Find in Tehran Than in Washington By Indira A.R. Lakshmanan November 18, 2014 | Bloomberg Eleventh Hour Laicie Heeley, director of Middle East and defense policy at the Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation in Washington, is one of few U.S. analysts who express optimism… Read More ›
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Saudi Arabia Vs. Iran… Here’s Why January 4, 2016 | The Big Picture RT Multiple Middle Eastern states have ended diplomatic ties with Iran after tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran rapidly escalated this weekend. John Bradshaw, NSN’s Executive Director, joins Thom Hartman to dicucss what it means for the… Read More ›
Hyperbole is not a Strategy December 18, 2015 While all the candidates on the Republican debate stage in Las Vegas criticized Democrats on national security issues, very few of them presented anything resembling a clear strategy for tackling the threats facing the United States. Instead, they substituted tough talk, threats,… Read More ›