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Shutting Down Iran's Nuclear Smugglers

For 30 years, Iran scoured the international black market for raw materials for an atomic program built almost entirely with foreign supplies. International sanctions have made it more difficult over the last decade for Tehran to acquire nuclear components. 2,327 more words


Will Western Firms Really Race Into Iran After a Nuclear Deal?

Critics of President Barack Obama’s administration’s possible Iran nuclear deal like former Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz and Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) argue it would give Tehran some $40 billion in sanctions relief. 420 more words

The Cable

Top Republican Senator Warns White House of ‘Breathtaking’ Nuclear Concessions

Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) has long been one of the more moderate voices within the Republican Party when it comes to the nuclear negotiations of President Barack Obama’s administration with Iran. 260 more words

The Cable

American Firm to Supply Iran with 500,000 Baseball Bats Once Sanctions Removed

By Gidon Ben-Zvi (writing as ‘Cliff Magnum‘ for The Israeli Daily)

The Illinois-based Wilson Sporting Goods Company has reportedly inked a deal with Tehran to sell half a million Louisville Slugger baseball bats if sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran are dismantled. 208 more words

Middle East

Free Jason, Free Iran

Jason would hate this.

He would hate being the focus of the story. He would hate seeing yet another rift between the United States and Iran, much less one with him at the center. 924 more words

Middle East