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U.S. Supreme Court Rules Iran’s Terrorism Victims Can Collect $2 Billion

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a law that could pave the way for the families of Americans killed in terrorist attacks tied to Tehran to collect $2 billion from Iran’s central bank, a landmark ruling certain to further complicate Washington’s delicate diplomatic relationship with Tehran. 424 more words

The Cable

The (Im)precise Language of the Iran Deal

Iran’s ongoing provocative behavior brings the contradiction at the heart of the Iranian nuclear deal into sharp focus: How can we constrain Iran’s provocative actions in other-than-nuclear-enrichment areas when we gave up so much of our leverage as a concession to get it to agree to enrichment restrictions? 1,257 more words

U.S. Foreign Policy

Iran Pushes U.S. for More Access to Global Financial System

Iran’s main goal in its nuclear talks with world powers was to secure access to the global financial system, and the United States must now do more to remove obstacles to the banking sector, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Saturday. 303 more words


Oil Freeze Deal Faces Trouble as Saudi-Iran Tensions Spike

Saudi Arabia demanded on Sunday that Iran join a global deal on freezing oil output, jeopardizing an agreement between OPEC and non-OPEC producers that was… 506 more words


Iran Accuses U.S. of Not Honoring Historic Nuclear Deal

The head of Iran’s central bank has accused the United States and Europe of not living up to the terms of the nuclear deal by keeping Tehran locked out of the international financial system. 416 more words

The Cable

Department of State’s Iran Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2015

Year after year U.S. State Department has issued its Human Rights report on Islamic regime of mullahs in Iran, in which every time a list of violations of personal and civil liberties, arbitrary arrest and detentions, tortures, disappearances, executions, discrimination, corruption and lack of transparency in government, etc, is enumerated. 16,353 more words