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Author Archives: David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

Obama working on Gulf alliances

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – President Obama has been trying since his September 2013 address to the United …

Iran pact better than alternatives

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – The most compelling argument President Obama made for the nuclear framework deal with Iran was also the simplest one

Obama weighing pressure tactics against Israel

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – It’s March Madness in the Middle East: The U.S. and Israel are trading private …

Back to the future in Putin’s Europe

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – The language of the Cold War has returned with a vengeance, with renewed talk o …

GOP behavior enters danger zone

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – Even by congressional Republican standards, the naysaying letter to Iran sent M …

Netanyahu raises bar for Obama

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lobbied powerfully against a nuclear …

Israel takes issue with the U.S. nuke deal with Iran

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

TEL AVIV – The public rift between President Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the Iranian nuclear issue is often described as a personality dispute.

U.S.-Israel mistrust fueled by leaks

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

TEL AVIV – Mistrust between the Obama administration and Benjamin Netanyahu has widened even further in recent days because of U.S. suspicion that the Israeli prime minister has authorized leaks of details about the U.S. nuclear talks with Iran.

Campaign against the Islamic State making gains

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

MOUNT BATMA, Iraq – From the heights here, you have a panoramic view of the strategic territory west of Mosul that Kurdish peshmerga fighters, supported by U.S. warplanes, have won back from the Islamic State over the past month.

Iran really needs nuke agreement

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

MUNICH – Sitting next to Iran’s foreign minister on Sunday as he said that another extension of the nuclear talks isn’t “in the interests of anybody,” it seemed clear that this particular can isn’t going to get kicked down the road much farther.

U.S. should act like a superpower

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – Niccolo Machiavelli, perhaps the shrewdest political philosopher in history, be …

Saudis shaking up their government

By David Ignatius / Syndicated Columnist

WASHINGTON – Saudi Arabia, which often confounds outsiders with its slow and opaque governance, has moved surprisingly quickly under King Salman

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