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Iran’s leaders once again employ tactics of deception by announcing they are prepared to work toward resolving the regime’s nuclear dispute with the West. Iranian President Ahmadinejad said Iran would take steps to resolve the issue in return for steps … Continue reading
The Iranian ambassador to the UN has criticized the U.S. for adopting new unilateral sanctions against the Islamic Republic. The ambassador said these sanctions seriously violated America’s obligations under international law on the non-applicability of sanctions against civilians. These remarks … Continue reading
The Iranian regime is reportedly a mere 2 months away from acquiring nuclear weapons. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) discusses the need for more aggressive sanctions in light of this news.
Iran’s Navy Commander said that the presence of Iranian warships in the Red Sea and the Suez Canal: “showed that the Islamic Republic of Iran and its navy have managed to turn sanctions into opportunities.” Which just goes to show how … Continue reading
After a pause of 2 years, Venezuela will resume gasoline shipments to Iran. The Energy Intelligence Group reports that the shipments are a “gesture of goodwill” from Venezuela after American and European sanctions have restricted fuel imports to Iran. Read … Continue reading
“Iran is rising because America is retreating. Until we, through word and deed, reverse that, Iran will move ever closer to attainment of nuclear weapons and hegemonic influence in the region.” Great blog post by The Washington Post.