The case for rejoining the Iran Nuclear Deal
By Leila Riazi
President-elect Joe Biden will face significant challenges, both foreign and domestic, upon entering office. One of these is certainly going to be Iran policy. During a Democratic primary debate, then-candidate Biden, along with most of his Democratic colleagues, pledged to re-enter the Iran nuclear ...
Terps for Israel lobbies against BDS, Hezbollah at Capitol Hill
By Erin Garry
About 12 students went to Capitol Hill with Terps for Israel on Tuesday to advocate pro-Israel legislation on their biannual lobbying trip.
The group focused on Iran’s nuclear deal, the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, and Hezbollah. The overarching goal was to promote a good relati...
Sanctions only viable option to combat Iran’s nuclear program
by Jake Baum
“Opportunity, prosperity and justice”: President Barack Obama used these words in 2009 to describe his hopes for the future of the Iranian government’s attitude toward its people.
However, the reality that Obama envisioned is far from the truth. Many political groups throughout America, Israel and Iran have speculated ...
Bibi speaks at AIPAC amid controversy
By Daniel Ofman, staff Writer, @OfmanDaniel
With record-breaking attendance of roughly 16,000, the 2015 AIPAC policy conference had a palpable aura of vibrancy. From Sunday, March 1 until Tuesday, March 3, the conference had endless networking opportunities, panels, speakers, conferences, and sessions focusing on various Israel ...