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Iran’s Future Is Looking Dark
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Iran’s Future Is Looking Dark
September 21, 2021

Washington considers that Iran is and always will be hostile to the U.S. and there is no indication whatever of desire to initiate discussions

Invitation to a Fiasco: U.S. Policy Toward China and Iran
August 21, 2021

When not living in the past, Biden can’t bring himself to shed Trump’s insane and capricious aggressions. The result is no Iran deal and an American drift toward nuclear war with China.

Invitation to a Fiasco: U.S. Policy Toward China and Iran
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Biden’s Totally Failing Foreign Policies
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Biden’s Totally Failing Foreign Policies
August 9, 2021

Maybe, America will start to apologize for what it has been since 1945. But this is very unlikely to happen on Joe Biden’s watch, Eric Zuesse writes.

JCPOA: A Catalogue of Moving Goalposts
August 2, 2021

Perhaps Iran will take a sojourn in the East, for a while, until America takes leave of the Middle East, Alastair Crooke writes.

JCPOA: A Catalogue of Moving Goalposts
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China Mega Investment Deal With Iran Blows U.S. Out of the Picture
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China Mega Investment Deal With Iran Blows U.S. Out of the Picture
July 11, 2021

A new world in the East is amalgamating as a direct result of American’s delusional views about where it thinks it is in the world, Martin Jay writes.

Curated Discourse, Narrative Artists and the Coming Conflicts
June 28, 2021

If sanctions are not lifted, Iran will hit back. And Israel will try to deter Iran from pursuing its nuclear programme. The two will clash.

Curated Discourse, Narrative Artists and the Coming Conflicts
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Vienna Talks Are Folly, Iran Supreme Leader Wants New Hardliner President to Do the Hard Talking
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Vienna Talks Are Folly, Iran Supreme Leader Wants New Hardliner President to Do the Hard Talking
June 2, 2021

It makes no sense to hurry the talks through in Vienna when Khamenei has made it clear that he has allowed for the Judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi, to be the main candidate for the hardliners, Martin Jay writes.

Time to End the Silence on Israel’s Nuclear Weapons
May 19, 2021

While Israel’s large arsenal of nuclear weapons is exempt from any discussion, its government drives the suspicion of Iran’s nuclear energy program, writes Mehrnaz Shahabi. By Mehrnaz SHAHABI The attack on Natanz nuclear enrichment plant in Iran, on April 11, […]

Time to End the Silence on Israel’s Nuclear Weapons
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