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BAGHDAD — After two days of withering and sometimes combative nuclear talks, Iran and six world powers put a positive spin on the outcome. ››read more
A memo to the American delegation to Baghdad on understanding their Iranian counterparts ››read more
Bipartisan Support for Sanctions Spells Bloodshed to Come.
If you actually don’t want war with Iran, you have to help end duopoly. You can’t support either of the two establishment parties who feed the military-industrial complex and fear-monger voters into submission. We must make it known that the people want peace – meaning no sanctions, no assassinations, no threats of war. ››read more
“It is ironic, however, that such inflammatory remarks and baseless allegations against Iran’s peaceful nuclear program is uttered by officials of a regime that has an unparalleled record of crimes and atrocities amounting to crimes against humanity and its clandestine development and unlawful possession of nuclear weapons which is the unique threat to regional as well as international peace and security,” Khazaei concluded in the letter. ››read more