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The craven West empowers Iran in violating the nuclear deal

It’s been a while since I last wrote about Iran and its deceitful ways in violating the conditions of the notorious JCPOA, aka the Iran deal, while the West, particularly the Americans, has been looking the other way. 2,432 more words

International Relations

New Information on Missile Launch

The missile launch earlier this week, which I did two posts on, has some new information.  North Korea did not launch three scud missiles; in fact, it launched two scud missiles and a Rondung missile, North Korea’s short-range missile.   66 more words


Iran says it could restart nuclear program if needed

Iran’s president said the Islamic Republic could restore elements of its nuclear program that were halted under its landmark deal if world powers that signed the agreement don’t live up to their end of the bargain. 356 more words

Daily News

Is the Iranian nuclear issue intractable?

Jerusalem Post, 11 Dec 2011

My daughter Dani was born into the lengthening shadow of a decreasingly implausible showdown between Tehran and Tel Aviv. In the event of such a confrontation, chances are that the Israelis will carry out the first non-nuclear strike and not Iran, simply because Israel thinks its comparatively unfavorable geographical circumstances make it infinitely more vulnerable to a second all-out Holocaust than Iran, and because, based on this reckoning, it also believes it holds the higher moral ground and much more international backing against Iran’s nuclear ambitions. 1,229 more words

Kevjn Lim

Iran test-fires ballistic missile despite nuclear deal: report

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran test-fired another ballistic missile, the latest in a spate of tests following the implementation of the nuclear deal with world powers earlier this year, according to a report Monday by the country’s semi-official Tasnim news agency. 203 more words


U.S. aircraft maker Boeing discusses sales in Iran

Business | Mon Apr 11, 2016 2:27pm EDT


The Boeing logo is seen at their headquarters in Chicago, in this April 24, 2013 file photo. 210 more words

Sanction or Stagnation: A Historical Lens of the UN Resolution on North Korea

Anna Quinn, Loyola University Maryland:

Last Monday, the Philippines began formal procedures to impound a cargo vessel linked to North Korea. The ship, which stopped in the country to unload a shipment of agricultural byproducts, was searched and seized under the new UN sanctions. 1,080 more words

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