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Iran says it’s ‘completely ready’ to restart nuclear program

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned Monday that Tehran is “completely ready” to restart its nuclear program if the US fails to live up to its commitments under the July 2015 nuclear deal. 453 more words

Daily News

Friday 17 March, 2017 Update: Tillerson Calls for a New North Korean Strategy

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson publicly acknowledged that twenty years of diplomatic efforts aimed at North Korea have been an abject failure. The era of ‘strategic patience’ is over and a new strategy is needed to contend with North Korea. 336 more words

International Relations

Iran's Military Drills: The Same Old Saber-Rattling

By Amir Basiri

While mainstream media may provide wide coverage of Iran’s recent military drills on the ground and at sea, including a variety of missile test launches, they represent nothing new. 993 more words


Why Trump should work with the Iranian opposition


As President-elect Trump gets ready for office, he will be inheriting several foreign policy challenges from the outgoing Obama administration. One of the most complicated problems is Iran, a rogue state that is the leading state sponsor of terrorism and Islamic fundamentalism, a major human rights violator, and the only extremist entity that is enriching uranium with an international mandate. 588 more words


President-elect Trump, Take a Look at this Deal!

About a year ago the United States along with half a dozen allies completed a deal with Iran that restricted that country’s nuclear programs. Part of that deal eased sanctions on Iran’s ability to trade, including trade with the United States. 150 more words


Iran Lobby’s Yellow and Biased Smear Campaign Against MEK

By Shahriar Kia – Thu November 24, 2016

Tehran has taken nearly full control over Baghdad thanks to the Obama Middle East Doctrine, blueprinted to deliver a series of incentives to Iran aimed at preventing the mullahs from walking away from the already flawed… 652 more words