Iran would be wise not to cross that metaphorical "red line" again, and I truly hope they understand that.
Stack up the op-eds and essays on the disasters that await the world once Donald Trump moves into the White House and you'll have a long list of dismaying scenarios.
The U.S. president-elect has the option of engaging Tehran and bringing stability to a region that has not known it for decades.
Ultimately, the cost of the potential downfall of the deal far outweighs the individual gains of a single nation.
The motives behind these arrests have been lucidly explained, but news of detained Iranian Americans dies when there are no developments on the ground.
President Obama will be out of office soon. These last victories will soon become legacies of an American leader who chose peace over war. President Rouhani, however, is just getting started.