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14 Democratic senators (Jews and White Freemasons) call for Iran sanctions extension

On the anniversary of the Iran nuclear deal, more than a dozen Democratic senators called for an extension of the existing sanctions on the Islamic Republic. 427 more words

Daily News

Iran Accuses U.S. of ‘Lackluster’ Implementation of Nuclear Deal

Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of the nuclear deal between Iran and the United States and other world powers. Whether the agreement is working depends on who you ask. 466 more words

The Cable

Keep Up the Pressure on Iran

One year into the life of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the international agreement that dismantled Iran’s nuclear program, the best hopes and worst fears of the deal’s advocates and critics have failed to materialize. 832 more words

U.S. Foreign Policy

Iran Seen from Beijing

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 11 June 2015


Although China has long been Iran’s largest oil customer, international sanctions recently relegated the Islamic Republic from third to sixth place among Beijing’s suppliers — a list consistently topped by Iranian rival Saudi Arabia. 1,471 more words

Kevjn Lim

Iran Says It Has a Deal With U.S.-Based Boeing To Fly Its Friendly Skies

Boeing, the massive U.S. airline manufacturer, is reportedly getting into the Iran business.

According to Iranian state media reports Tuesday, the Chicago-based airline giant has struck a deal to provide Tehran with new passenger planes in an effort to modernize Iran’s airline industry. 407 more words

The Cable

Rouhani declares compensation law, fighting back U.S. $2b seizure

June 6, 2016

TEHRAN – On Monday, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran declared implementation of the legislation that would provide the Foreign Ministry for demanding compensation from the U.S. 347 more words