What do the P5+Iran negotiations over Iran’s nuclear weapons program and the war in eastern Ukraine have in common? Several things, perhaps; but the most obvious (to me) is the extremely marginal utility of arms control in the broader strategic context that defines both issues.
Prime Minister Netanyahu has come, spoken, and gone. His speech consisted of 3,820 words, most of them about why the prospective deal with Iran is a bad deal and should be rejected in favor of a better one. Netanyahu did not detail what this better deal would look like. He did not repeat his earlier demand …read more
Source: The American Interest