Category: Weapons & Disarmament

RT.com: Americans don’t want Congress to sabotage Iran deal – new poll

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…

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David Swanson: Drone Victims Take Germany to Court for Abetting U.S. Murders

The suit argues that it is illegal under German law for the German government to allow the U.S. air base at Ramstein to be used for drone murders abroad

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William D. Hartung: Are Obama’s Record Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt and Iraq Fueling Unrest in Middle East?

“the Obama administration has approved more arms sales than any U.S. administration since World War II”

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Pervez Hoodbhoy: Hooray for the Iran-US Deal – but watch out for Israeli-Saudi sabotage

There is gloom in the capitals of Washington’s two closest allies – Israel and Saudi Arabia

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Gareth Porter: Iran won upfront sanctions relief, but with potential snags

One thing the US text makes clear is that the issue of Iranian research and development on advanced centrifuges research & development remains unresolved

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Juan Cole: What if US & UN Sanctioned Israel over its Nukes as they did Iran over Enrichment?

For decades, the primary impetus to a nuclear arms race in the region has been Israel, which probably had an atom bomb by about 1970

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Phyllis Bennis: Iran Deal: A Game-Changer for the Middle East

Negotiators in Switzerland just won a huge victory for diplomacy over war. Now we’ve got to protect it

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Vijay Prashad: The Geopolitics of Iran’s Nuclear Program

The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs held a lecture entitled:
The Geopolitics of Iran’s Nuclear Program with Vijay Prashad

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Vijay Prashad: Party of paranoia

The nuclear deal, built on compromise, is an essential first step towards a bargain for the region. It is precisely what the party of paranoia opposes

Trita Parsi: Iran Nuclear Talks Near Deadline Amid “Air of Inevitability Combined with Tremendous Uncertainty”

Talks over a nuclear deal with Iran are in their final stages

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