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Gangsterism as Foreign Policy: Assassinations Are Becoming the New Norm
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Gangsterism as Foreign Policy: Assassinations Are Becoming the New Norm
December 8, 2020

Iranian enthusiasm for the 2015 agreement has also ebbed since they discovered that it did not in practice end economic sanctions. They have since found that these can to some degree be circumvented by secretly selling oil at a discounted price.

How Iran Fights the Coronavirus and the U.S.: Sanctioned, Alone, but Still More Efficient
April 22, 2020

Iran’s success in fighting the coronavirus has been achieved with less resources, time and experience, and with the lion’s share of organizations labeled “terrorist” or “fancy corporations” by the United States.

How Iran Fights the Coronavirus and the U.S.: Sanctioned, Alone, but Still More Efficient
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‘Wagging the Dog’ While Lying About It
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‘Wagging the Dog’ While Lying About It
June 18, 2019

The Donald Trump administration, aided and abetted by the Republican congressional conference, will go down in history as a regime of liars, grifters, dime store propagandists, common criminals, and schoolyard bullies.

The Dead Don’t Die: They March to War
May 17, 2019

If President Trump had ever read Mackinder – and there’s no evidence he did – one might assume that he’s aiming at a new anti-Eurasia integration pivot centered on the Persian Gulf. And energy would be at the heart of the pivot.

The Dead Don’t Die: They March to War
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Instagram Acts as Arm of US Govt, Bans Top Iranian Officials After IRGC ‘Terrorist’ Designation
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Instagram Acts as Arm of US Govt, Bans Top Iranian Officials After IRGC ‘Terrorist’ Designation
April 20, 2019

A curious decision by Instagram, which is owned by social media giant Facebook, has called into question its independence from the US government. The company has banned several top Iranian officials, including Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, from its photo-sharing platform.

The Corruption of the Terrorist Group List
April 17, 2019

To all the other deleterious side-effects of the administration’s obsession with Iran—including diplomatic isolation of the United States and poisoning of U.S. alliances—add the damage to U.S. counterterrorist policy and to U.S. credibility in the fight against terrorism.

The Corruption of the Terrorist Group List
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