Jay Solomon

Wall Street Journal

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Responding to his first challenge from the world's most volatile region, President Trump has invoked economic sanctions against Iran.

The US and Iran: Diplomatic relations turn icy again

Responding to his first challenge from the world's most volatile region, President Trump has invoked economic sanctions against Iran.

from To the Point

Ronald Reagan was embarrassed by a swap with Iran of arms for American hostages. Did the Obama Administration make a similar trade?

Did the US pay ransom to Iran for release of American prisoners?

Ronald Reagan was embarrassed by a swap with Iran of arms for American hostages. Did the Obama Administration make a similar trade?

from To the Point

Secretary of State John Kerry is back in the Middle East, with Syrian peace talks on the agenda.  But preparations involving the US and Russia have stalled.

Kerry Tries to Restart Syria Peace Talks with Russia

Secretary of State John Kerry is back in the Middle East, with Syrian peace talks on the agenda.  But preparations involving the US and Russia have stalled.

from To the Point

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