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Propaganda and the Iran-Nuke Deal

For years, the anti-Iranian propaganda in the U.S. media has been unrelenting, at times aided by the idiocy of certain Iranian officials. That one-sided presentation and the ignorance that it has engendered are now adding to the public confusion about the Iran nuclear deal, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar describes.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 25.08.2015


 

Optimism on the Iran Deal, Whichever Way Congress Decides

Most pundits predict that Obama will have enough votes to push through the Iran nuclear deal. An AIPAC-driven Congress will oppose it, but Obama will use his veto power to overcome the opposition. At the end of the day, optimists forecast, the president will receive the requisite support in Congress to prevent a veto override.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 20.08.2015


 

Iran Deal and BMD Plans: Hot Issue to Hit World Media Headlines

The US / Russia controversy over missile defense in Europe has become even more complex now that the UN Security Council on July 20 unanimously approved a resolution on Iran’s nuclear program. Actually, the time is propitious to raise the issue of missile defense in Europe...

Andrei AKULOV | 16.08.2015


 

Escalating the Anti-Iran Propaganda

The Israel Lobby canceled summer vacations for its operatives in a desperate bid to stop the Iran nuclear deal, and U.S. neoconservatives are committing all their “experts” to the fight to keep alive their hopes for war with Iran, such as alleged weapons specialist David Albright, as Jonathan Marshall explains.  

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 14.08.2015


 

Behind Israel’s Hysterical Opposition to the Iran Nuclear Deal

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 08.08.2015


 

Past or Future, US or Russia: Iran Faces Hard Choices

The confrontation between Washington and Tehran has lasted for 36 years since 1979. This is the first time the both parties have reached an agreement - the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. The United Nations Security Council has approved the Vienna accords on Iran’s nuclear program with seven previous resolutions on sanctions against Tehran terminated. 

Nikolai BOBKIN | 02.08.2015


 

A Chance for Arab-Iranian Reconciliation: An Opportunity in the Iran Nuclear Deal

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 25.07.2015


 

The Geopolitics and Economics of the Iran Nuclear Deal

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 22.07.2015


 

The fallacy behind the Iran deal’s ‘creative ambiguity’

President Obama’s defense of the “Iran Deal” at his July 15 press conference, as well as Secretary of State John Kerry’s private remarks capping off the negotiations match those of the Iranians and of other interested parties in vehemence and emotion. But the substance of American officials’ understanding of the deal is diametrically opposite to that of the Iranians, of Iran’s clients, and of interested parties in the region who had sought to influence the negotiations.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 21.07.2015


 

Iran Deal: Implications and Lessons to Draw

Now that an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue has been reached, attention is turning to how it will affect the region and the world...

Andrei AKULOV | 21.07.2015




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European Commission: Taming of Obstinate

The policy of anti-Russian economic sanctions adopted by the European Commission and the US administration includes putting pressure on smaller European countries outside of the EU that did not initially support actions against Russia. It is these countries that are suffering the most from the EU/US sanctions and Russia’s counter-sanctions...

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