Research Analyst Samuel Hickey authored an op-ed in The National Interest arguing that the thrust of U.S. involvement in the Middle East should put diplomatic engagement first. “In preparation for President Joe Biden’s trip to the Middle East this week, a secret meeting of military officials from Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Israel […]
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Biden left with few options on Iran as nuclear talks stall
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey spoke to ABC News about the Biden administration’s options as the window for a diplomatic resolution to Iran’s advancing nuclear program continues to close. The U.S. also has little room to maneuver, says Sam Hickey, an analyst at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation. “There are a lot of political […]
Restored Iran Deal May Be in Reach
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey wrote a piece in Arms Control Today laying out the current status of negotiations to revive the Iran nuclear deal. European and U.S. negotiators have thrown cold water on indications that the Iranian nuclear deal could soon be restored. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told the European Parliament on March […]
Iran, IAEA Agree on New Safeguards Plan
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey wrote a piece in Arms Control Today discussing a new agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency that would bring Iran back into compliance with its nuclear verification commitments. Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have agreed to adopt a “practical and pragmatic approach” to resolving outstanding […]
Could Russia derail the Iran Nuclear deal?
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey appeared on a TRT World panel discussing Russia’s role in a potential revived Iran nuclear deal.
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