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Three Speeches Worth Reading

The United Nations has been celebrating its 70th year of existence with a week-long marathon of orations by world leaders. Most of it has been as pointless as the United Nations itself, but three of the speeches merit some consideration. 2,024 more words



FB: “Iran is permitted to test-fire ballistic missiles under the parameters of the recently inked nuclear accord, according to private disclosures made by Secretary of State John Kerry to a leading U.S. 261 more words


House Republicans Consider Suing Obama for Withholding Side Deals on Iran’s Nuclear Program

House Republicans are still considering a lawsuit and other measures to prevent the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal and the provision of billions of dollars in sanctions relief to Tehran, according to one of the leading lawmakers opposed to the agreement. 107 more words


Highlights from the rally against Rouhani at United Nations

On Monday, September 28th 2015, thousands of protestors gathered at the UN in New York City to rally against Rouhani and his administration. The rally was organized by the Organization of Iranian-American Communities (OIAC). 264 more words

Nuclear Deal

Heading to UN, Netanyahu says he will speak ‘truth’ to world powers

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he will tell the world how to deal with the aftermath of July’s nuclear deal with Iran, as he took off for New York for a planned speech at the United Nations. 70 more words


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Iran's persecution of the Baha’i has been met by silence from Rouhani–and the world

In all my years as an Iranian-American, I have never heard so much discussion about Iran. In the halls of Congress, on the Sunday morning talk shows, at any number of academic and civil society events over the last several months, experts have analyzed, opined on, condemned and supported the international negotiations with Iran. 740 more words