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Shelton is recycling the propaganda of a fanatical exile group.
If Iran hawks got their way by scrapping the deal, three of our most important alliances would be badly strained.
Sanctions relief isn't going to fuel Iranian regional dominance or anything like it.
Inflating the threat from Iran interests hawks much more than an agreement that reduces it.
Most of the opponents of the deal have been arguing in bad faith and were going to oppose the agreement tooth-and-nail no matter what it contained.
The early excerpts from Bush's speech didn't fully convey how horrible his foreign policy vision for the region is.
Hard-liners' arguments are very similar in their preoccupations and criticisms regardless of their country of origin.
Bush is boasting that he thinks that U.S. soldiers should have continued to fight and die in Iraq for the last three and a half years.
Rubio wants the U.S. to be meddling everywhere, but he doesn't want to own up to the dangers that he would be courting.
Iran hawks fear that the deal will make it harder to engage in their own fear-mongering about Iran.
The "surge" failed on its own terms.
Voting on a new authorization at this very late stage would just be an affirmation by Congress of what Obama has been doing.
There is no question that Iran hawks are united in their loathing for diplomacy and the compromise that it requires.
P5+1 nations press Senate Democrats to support the nuclear deal. John Hudson …
Gerson is recycling a set of talking points about the Green movement that was discredited years ago.
The field is filled with knee-jerk hawks that don't have a very firm grasp on the issues.
Brooks' complaint is that a negotiation did not result in Iran's total capitulation.
Iran clearly isn't being treated as an equal, but is instead being treated as a pariah.
The debates are sure to be very dispiriting for anyone interested in foreign policy restraint.
Hawks endorse cruel and destructive policies and then feign concern for the same people they are helping to impoverish.