Harvard’s Martin Malin outlines the successes and failures of one of the NPT’s ongoing dramas, the efforts to establish a WMD Free-Zone in the Middle East. Malin argues that abandoning these efforts would be a gift to the region’s nuclear hardliners.
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ELN member Tarja Cronberg, former head of the European Parliament’s delegation to Iran, offers her expert perspective on the future of the Iran negotiations after a historic deal.
Adam Quinn highlights the domestic factors inhibiting President Obama’s negotiating position with Iran, but concludes that these inhibitors are unable to de-rail an agreement and that Obama’s strategy might ultimately be vindicated.
Tarik Oguzlu charts the history of Turkey’s membership of NATO, arguing that as Turkey has become more influential in the region, it has sought to not place all its eggs in the European basket, and find a leading role for itself.
Carlo Trezza argues that, despite the pessimism of leaders such as Benjamin Netenyahu, a workable nuclear deal with Iran is within reach. He goes on to call for a gesture of good faith from Iran: the ratification of the CTBT.
ELN member, and former MEP, Tarja Cronberg outlines the risks in delaying the deadline for a deal on Iran’s nuclear program, not least of which the hard-line Republican Congress taking charge in January.