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Iran’s threat to the global community is greater now than ever before. From Tehran’s nuclear program and the expansion of its conventional military capabilities to the regime’s support for terrorist proxies such as Hezbollah, Iran’s regime has made clear its designs for the Middle East and its anti-American agenda. Dealing with these challenges necessitates close scrutiny of the deal reached with Iran over its nuclear program on July 14 so as to not sacrifice security and proliferation concerns for the sake of political expediency.

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It’s time to face facts: For all intents and purposes, Soleimani is Iran’s real foreign minister.

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American and European businesses proceed at their own peril on trade or investment with Iran. The Iran nuclear deal should have died last week and will breathe its last shortly.

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President Trump has chosen to remain in the deal for now while trying to focus attention and force action on some of its weaknesses. One can question the timing and details of this decision, but the decision itself is actually quite moderate and could advance American national security interests.

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Kenneth M. Pollack and Bilal Y. Saab present five alternative strategies that the United States could pursue to limit Iran’s destabilizing activities.

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If Congress really wants to “fix” Corker-Cardin, the best fix is total repeal. The substantive arguments for decertifying but not withdrawing are truly Jesuitical, teasing out imagined benefits from adhering to a deal Iran already treats with contempt.

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If rolling back and diminishing Iranian power is the priority Mr. Trump insists it is, simply dumping the nuclear agreement in Congress’s lap may be the worst possible option. That would be politically easy, but it won’t get the job done.

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Confronting Iran is not a choice, but a necessity borne of the Iranian regime’s persistent enmity toward the United States and all of its key regional partners.

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The Iranian leadership believes that control of the information and news available to the public will facilitate the regime’s goal to transform society by removing alternative social and political models in the public conscience.

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Iranian leaders increasingly take public pride in Iran’s indigenous military industry. Whether discussing Iran’s formidable unmanned aerial vehicle program, its ballistic missiles, or its shipbuilding, Iranian generals often argue that Iranian military production can compete with top-tier military powers across the globe.

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Maybe we can try supporting Syria’s Sunni Arabs against both ISIS and the Assad regime. That approach is the only one that can secure America’s vital interests in Syria.

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