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We pay for Trump's gift to the hard-liners of Iran & America

Summary: Trump’s efforts to scuttle our arms control agreement with Iran is a gift to the far-right of both American and Iran. It is a blow to the interests of both Iran and America. 1,701 more words

Iran

Trump Plans to Decertify Iran Nuclear Deal

Dandelion Salad

Updated: Oct. 7, 2017

TheRealNews on Oct 5, 2017

Before decertifying the Iran nuclear deal, the US should approach the UN Security Council and the P5+1 with evidence that Iran is not in compliance, this is a multilateral deal says Professor Vijay Prashad.

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Politics

Korea Solution Needs US to Sign a Peace Treaty by Finian Cunningham + Wilkerson: Trump a 'Diplomatic Fiasco' at the UN

by Finian Cunningham
Writer, Dandelion Salad
East Africa
Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation
September 19, 2017

Germany and France have backed the stance of Russia and China for negotiations to avert the Korea crisis. 1,503 more words

Military

Iranian Agent of Suppression Returned to Iran

By Pejman Amiri

Friday, 14 July 2017

Iranian lobby, NIAC tired to prevent the decision

Seyyed Mohsen Dehnavi, an Iranian scholar, was deported to Iran on Wednesday from Boston International Airport after being accused of membership in a student mobilization entity in Iran. 287 more words

How Trita Parsi and NIAC Used the White House to Advance Iran’s Agenda

By Hassan Dai

Wednesday, 28 Jun  2017

In 2005, Jack Abramoff’s corruption and lobbying scandal became public. One of Abramoff’s main accomplices was Bob Ney, a former congressman from Ohio who was sentenced to 30 months in prison. 5,555 more words

Dire Consequences if Trump Pulls out of Iran Deal

Note: With the circus that is the Trump Administration, the threat that is being posed to the Iran Nuclear Deal is not getting the smallest fraction of the coverage it merits. 560 more words

Iran

How Deep Was the Obama-Iran Relationship?

By Amir Basiri

The Obama administration’s effort to engage Iran remained a matter of suspicion until the 44th American president left the White House. Concerns began mounting especially after Obama turned his back on the 2009 uprising  in parallel to the revelation of secret correspondence with Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. 1,371 more words

Iran