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Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare
Security
Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare
May 17, 2021

This American lacuna is not confined to Iran. The world has changed decisively, yet America seems to be pursuing its policies of yesteryear.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 17
May 17, 2021

The shift of paradigm centred on the U.S. pivot away from West Asia naturally impacts on Iran’s JCPOA calculus, Alastair Crooke writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss his article.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 17
The Way Out of the Impasse Between Iran & U.S.
Security
The Way Out of the Impasse Between Iran & U.S.
May 9, 2021

Biden chose an astoundingly stupid and arrogant policy of the U.S.&UK imperium, instead of criticizing and renouncing his immediate predecessors’ policies on these matters.

Why Moscow Doesn’t Just Knock Him Over
May 8, 2021

Moscow knows what Washington has not yet learnt: it’s not just one guy, it’s a whole country and sugar hits don’t last.

Why Moscow Doesn’t Just Knock Him Over
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Oh What a Lovely New War! False Flagging in the Middle East?
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Oh What a Lovely New War! False Flagging in the Middle East?
May 6, 2021

As is frequently the case when Washington gets entangled with Israel’s perceived interests, this would not be good for the United States.

Vienna Shadow Play Hangs Over Iran Nuke Deal
April 28, 2021

Few people, apart from specialists, may have heard of the JCPOA Joint Commission. That’s the group in charge of a Sisyphean task: the attempt to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal through a series of negotiations in Vienna.  

Vienna Shadow Play Hangs Over Iran Nuke Deal
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Israel and Its Unlikely Arab Friends
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Israel and Its Unlikely Arab Friends
April 20, 2021

In 2020, Israel, supported by the United States, began a diplomatic offensive in the Arab world. The goal is evident: containing Iran. As U.S. author Eric Margolis writes, the countries that sign peace agreements with Israel, are “so frightened of neighboring Iran that they would happily have opted for Israeli rule rather than welcome the angry, unforgiving Iranians”.

A Middle East in Motion
April 19, 2021

U.S. sanctions are easily done, but not easily undone – even temporarily. Lifting them completely is institutionally almost impossible.

A Middle East in Motion
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