Daniel DePetris is a fellow at Defense Priorities, a Washington-based think tank, and a columnist for the Washington Examiner.
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What should come next for the U.S.-Saudi Arabia relationship
Demanding capitulation from Tehran is a recipe for disaster
Trump may not fly back to Washington with a denuclearization deal in hand, but the summit could still succeed if it breaks the diplomatic ice and reduces the probability of a horrific military calamity.
The cautious prudence the U.S. desperately needed after a decade and a half of shoot-from-the-hip interventionism has been relegated to a talking point.
Mike Pompeo's "plan B" is reckless and dangerous.
Ending the deal would clear the way for Iran's nuclear weapons program and increase the likelihood of war.
15 years after the start of the war in Iraq, the Executive is still abusing our Constitution.