Peter Beaumont, foreign affairs editor for the Guardian and Observer, argued in a November 30 article that the interim deal inked in Geneva between Iran and the world’s six leading powers could, “redraw the map of an area that has been gripped by conflict or the threat of conflict for generations.” Specifically with regards to Israel, Beaumont notes that “An Iran a step further back from conflict with Israel, and potentially minded to meddle less in the region, would be a good thing if Tehran sticks to its part of the deal.” 477 more words
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Before I deal with the parallels between the two prisoners mentioned in the headline I feel it ought to be pointed out that there is something inordinately topsy-turvy about the American deal with Iran to disarm its nuclear program. 1,510 more words
Why is Iran working on Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles?
There is no possible peaceful purpose for ballistic missiles. Iran may claim that their nuclear program is peaceful, but they cannot possibly make that claim when it comes to ballistic missiles. 284 more words
Here’s a great post about the United States government walking away from Saeed Abedini on the Public Secrets blog: http://pubsecrets.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/irandeal-it-wasnt-just-the-israelis-and-the-saudis-obama-backstabbed/.
Last week America and other western countries signed a ridiculous agreement with Iran that will supposedly slow down their nuclear program. 628 more words
As he ran for president in 2008, Barack Obama promised to negotiate a diplomatic agreement with Iran regarding its nuclear program. After over a decade of failed diplomacy encompassing two presidencies, Secretary of State John Kerry made a deal with his Iranian counterpart on the future of Iran’s nuclear program. 595 more words
For over a decade, Iran has had a robust, active ballistic missile development program. There are new developments on this front that are being covered ably by the crew over at the Free Beacon. 1,157 more words