Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad attends unveiling of nuclear project in Iran, April 12, 2012.
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Ronald E. PowaskiDecember 19, 2014
Opposition from Congress could thwart any potential deal.
FURTHER EXAMINATION. An International Atomic Energy Agency inspector checks the uranium enrichment process inside Iran's Natanz plant in January (CNS photo/Kazem Ghane, EPA).
Ronald E. PowaskiJune 02, 2014
Ronald E. Powaski updates readers on the prospects of preventing a nuclear-armed Iran.
Ronald E. PowaskiFebruary 23, 2009
What can the U.S. do to address an arms buildup on the subcontinent?
Ronald E. PowaskiFebruary 12, 2007
In the wake of North Korea’s first nuclear weapon test on Oct. 9, 2006, the long-stalled six-party talks resumed in Beijing in December, but quickly ended without tangible progress. The multinational talksin which Russia, China, South Korea and Japan joined North Korea and the United Statessta
Ronald E. PowaskiJuly 04, 2005
Are North Korea and the United States moving toward the brink of war, perhaps one that would involve the use of nuclear weapons? Some experts think so. Former Defense Secretary William Perry, for one, has warned that the United States and North Korea are drifting toward war. Yet President Bush acts
Ronald E. PowaskiAugust 04, 2003
The Bush administration’s response to North Korea’s nuclear weapon challenge has been hypocritical. While the North Korean decision to withdraw from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty last January was lamentable, it is also understandable. The Bush administration itself has done much to
Ronald E. PowaskiNovember 18, 2002
According to analysts and diplomats concerned with the Middle East, anti-American hostility—at all levels of society, but especially among the educated—is at an unparalleled high across the Arab world. The main cause of Arab anger, apparently, is the Bush administration’s obvious e