Removing the IRGC's status as a terrorist organization might just be a desperate try to go around oil sanctions put by US government
Opinion: America must "radically reverse" its placid approach to Iran, the author writes.
There is a sense in Jerusalem that if Russia invades Ukraine, it could sharply change how the US deals with Iran.
Lapid said the Vienna talks “won’t reach an optimal result, but we are always working with the people involved to improve it for Israel.”
A recent poll by the Israeli Democracy Institute found that about half of Israelis would be in favor of a military strike on Iran's nuclear facilities even without American consent.
Mowing the “nuclear” grass means delaying Iran’s nuclear program as much as possible, by bombing it over and over again, if necessary. Although not ideal, it is much better than a nuclear Iran.
The UN nuclear watchdog is unable to tell whether Iran's centrifuge-parts workshop at the TESA Karaj complex is operational.
If Jerusalem hoped for a major escalation from Washington against Tehran, it will have to wait months longer, and not days.
Four nations – the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan – agreed to normalize ties in 2020, amid the US-led Abraham Accords.
Grossi’s public airing of grievances with Tehran is significant: The IAEA tries to keep any conflicts under wraps so as not to rock the diplomatic boat.