Category: Iran

Robert Mackey: Trump Calls His Own Offer of Iran Talks “Fake News”

Trump’s rage at the news media for accurately reporting his prior comments came just minutes after he informed Americans that he had put the United States military at the disposal of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Phyllis Bennis: Will U.S. & Iran Resume Talks?

President Trump has ousted John Bolton, becoming the third national security adviser to be ousted by Trump so far

Dave Lindorff: The US Media War Machine Kicks In Against Iran

US Media Keep Saying Iran is ‘In Violation’ of a Nuclear Agreement the US Withdrew From

Juan Cole: With Bolton gone, will Trump meet Iran’s Pres. Rouhani?

Bolton never saw a war or military intervention he didn’t fall head over heels in love with

Robert Fisk: Trump is now the ‘crazed’ rogue leader in the US-Iran saga

The US is not confronting the lunatic state which Bolton and Pompeo have nightmared up for Trump, but a nation governed by bravely defiant, ruthless and calculating men

Mehdi Hasan: Five Lies About Iran

Last month, the Trump White House put out a typically Orwellian statement, chock-filled with lies, distortions, and half-truths about Iran and the 2015 nuclear deal

Richard Falk: Will Trump’s War-Mongering Lead to War with Iran

I think that Iranian diplomacy has so far exhibited composure and resolve, communicating to Washington a determination by Tehran not to be intimidated even by the ‘maximum pressures’ reportedly mounted by Trump

Vijay Prashad: There Must Be Bones Under the Paved Street

Withdrawal from the INF treaty is only one sign of danger. Another is that the various nuclear powers – led by the United States – have once more placed their nuclear weapons at the heart of their military strategy

Juan Cole: Germany, France Refuse Trump’s Operation against Tehran

The government of Angela Merkel in Germany has rejected participation in the the Trump administration’s naval mission, “Operation Sentinel”

Kathy Kelly: An Honorable Course in Iran: End Sanctions, Resume Dialogue

Rather than planning cyberattacks and new means of aggression, the United States should heed calls for dialogue and negotiation

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