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US Nuclear Safety: A Critical Problem That Has Largely Been Kept Out of the Public Eye
Security
US Nuclear Safety: A Critical Problem That Has Largely Been Kept Out of the Public Eye
September 22, 2018

Nuclear safety in the US is a critical issue that deserves far more public attention.

Iran Prepares to Start Uranium Enrichment: Another Step Closer to War
June 7, 2018

The US may find the idea to use force against Iran too tempting before the June 12 summit with the North Korean leader in Singapore.

Iran Prepares to Start Uranium Enrichment: Another Step Closer to War
Security
The Latest Act in Israel’s Iran Nuclear Disinformation Campaign
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The Latest Act in Israel’s Iran Nuclear Disinformation Campaign
May 6, 2018

Benjamin Netanyahu’s stage performance about Iran seeking a nuclear weapon not only was based on old material, but evidence shows it was fabricated too, says Gareth Porter in this Consortium News exclusive report.

How Syrian-Nuke Evidence Was Faked
November 20, 2017

In joining Israel and the White House selling military intervention in Syria, the CIA and international inspectors hid key evidence that would undermine the case, says Gareth Porter in a second part of a two-part series.

How Syrian-Nuke Evidence Was Faked
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Will Trump Risk Opening the Iranian Pandora’s Box?
World
Will Trump Risk Opening the Iranian Pandora’s Box?
October 11, 2017

Only the US administration is uncomfortable with the existence of an independent state in the Middle East that prefers to stand on its own two legs, rather than be propped up by American crutches.

US Senate Pushes Through Anti-Iran Bill
May 7, 2017

With sanctions against Russia put on hold, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is pushing through a bill to introduce more sanctions on Iran. Lawmakers will likely consider an Iran sanctions bill in coming weeks but will not do the same for a Russia sanctions bill, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Tennessee senator Bob Corker, told reporters on May 1. According to him, it would be better to wait on Russia sanctions while the Senate Intelligence Committee conducts its investigation into the alleged Russia’s election interference.

US Senate Pushes Through Anti-Iran Bill
World
The Existential Question of Who to Trust
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The Existential Question of Who to Trust
May 1, 2017

An existential question facing humankind is who can be trusted to describe the world and its conflicts, especially since mainstream experts have surrendered to careerism, writes Robert Parry.

US Policy on Iran: Avalanche of Flip Flops
April 23, 2017

President Trump’s policy on Iran is still to be shaped. The signals sent are more than contradictory. During the election campaign, the president used to say that the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, was a bad deal which he would rip up when in power.

US Policy on Iran: Avalanche of Flip Flops
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