Despite Iran’s role in the Saudi attack, there’s still speculation that presidents Trump and Rohani may meet. Even a tentative rapprochement would severely strain Israel’s close ties with the White House
Jason M. Brodsky
Jason M. Brodsky is the policy director of United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI). From 2013-2016, he served in a variety of capacities at the Wilson Center, including as a research associate in its Middle East Program. Prior to joining the Wilson Center, Mr. Brodsky served as a policy fellow at the White House from 2010-2012. His research interests include Arab-Israeli relations, Iran, and U.S. Middle East policy. Twitter: @JasonMBrodsky.
Opinion 'Hold on to Power': Iran's Ayatollahs Are Channeling the Shah's Strategy to Repress Protests
Modern Iranian history shows that insurrection and rebellion results not in regime moderation, but extremism. The Iranian protests are likely to lead Iran not to become more free - but to become even more of a police state