From “Iran will be US Strategic Ally” to “US Sanctions here to stay”
The intelligence about the ‘possible military dimensions’ of Iran’s nuclear program is of questionable provenance and most of it is more than a dozen years old
While Iran is sustaining several fronts in its current role in the Middle East great game, it hopes to translate its palpable regional ascendency into political capital
US-led coalition still wants inspections of Iranian military facilities it deems suspicious and interviews with Iranian nuclear scientists
The slack-jawed media approach to the story has produced the usual fog of misinformation and confusion
In the U.S., those in charge of the Empire don’t fret over the deaths of Iraqi children. Hell, they don’t shed a tear for poor or dying U.S. children, so why should we expect the managers of Empire to offer any mercy to the enemy?
No American politician could even run for election on such a platform, of “no conventional military attack on another country”
Which begs the question: are the nuclear talks with Iran really that meaningful, if war is what’s practiced?
Although some lawmakers, including Democrats, believe Congress should have a say in any potential removal of Iranian sanctions, most Americans say Congress should not keep a possible a nuclear deal from being implemented. Roughly 61 percent of Americans support the framework agreement struck between Iran and the P5+1 (the US, UK, France, China, Russia and Read more…
Twelve Years Later, We Know the Winner in Iraq: Iran