Articles by Bennett Ramberg

Iran's Quandary: Prosperity or Nuclear Breakout

If the sanctions against Iran remain, it won't be able to have its yellowcake and eat it, too.

Syria's Chemical Monster

As dangerous as Syria's chemical weapons may be, they pale in comparison with the Syrian nuclear reactor that Israel bombed in 2007.

A Weak Start for START

A strange sense of deja vu is gripping Washington these days, as debate over ratifying the New START treaty is heating up. There may not be nostalgia for the Cold War in the ongoing political fights, but much of that eraТs mindset can be perceived again in today's arguments.

The Libya Option for Iran

Sanctions played a key role in LibyaТs remarkable reversal in 2003 of its nearly quarter-century effort to obtain nuclear weapons.