Trita Parsi

Israeli Policy On Iran ‘Paralyzed’

12/12/2007
Staff WriterEditor At Large
For Israel this week, it was as if nothing had changed. One week after an official U.S. National Intelligence Estimate effectively shrank to near zero the chances of a Bush administration military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities — or President Bush’s support for an Israeli strike — Israel continued to talk up its feasibility.

Stronger Iran Sanctions, or Strike?

Pressure’s on Iran after secret nuke revelation.

09/30/2009
Staff Writer

No alternate text on picture! - define alternate text in image propertiesThe revelation that Iran had a secret nuclear site deep in the arid mountains near the holy city of Qom and protected by anti-aircraft missile batteries has dramatically increased the likelihood of strong sanctions against the Tehran regime, but it is unlikely to change a strategic calculus that does not favor U.S. or Israeli military action.

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