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Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi is the executive vice president of the Quincy Institute and the author of “Losing an Enemy — Obama, Iran and the Triumph of Diplomacy.”

Trita Parsi is the executive vice president of the Quincy Institute and the author of “Losing an Enemy — Obama, Iran and the Triumph of Diplomacy.”

Latest from Trita Parsi

4d ago

Biden is enabling America's indefensible history with Saudi Arabia

The U.S.'s "back to basics" approach to its Middle East policy is the problem, not the solution.
31d ago

Our Afghanistan exit won't shatter U.S. credibility the way ditching the Iran deal has

Exaggerated credibility panic is a deep-rooted tradition in Washington’s foreign policy establishment.
54d ago

The Iran nuclear deal will be kept alive — but barely

Pretending that a lifeless deal still carries on living is by no means a good option. But it may be the best one we have.
960d ago

Trump blames Iran for the tanker attacks. But let's be skeptical of his administration's pro-war bluster.

The speed in which the U.S. government officially blamed Iran should give us pause, given our own history in the region.
990d ago

Trump's potential war with Iran is all John Bolton's doing. But it might also be his undoing.

The Iranian government knows the national security adviser wants a war, and is banking on the fact that the president doesn't.

Trump's international anti-Iran coalition looks like it's falling apart. He doesn't have a back-up plan.

The president upended diplomatic relations based on support from the leaders from Saudi Arabia and Israel. Now our position is rather precarious.