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November 14, 2017 The United Nations Third Committee’s Adoption of the resolution citing human rights abuses in Iran, for the 64th times is welcomed but no enough. Association of Iranian Americans in New York welcomes the 64th U.N. resolution condemning the violations of...
Would a Biden Administration Acknowledge Tehran’s Political Vulnerability? Ivan Sascha Sheehan    |   Nov. 12, 2020 Though the prospect of legal challenges looms large, the outcome of the U.S. presidential election appears to favor Joe Biden being sworn in as the 46th President...
E-International Relations    |    RAMESH SEPEHRRAD    |     APR 7, 2020 As the global community is occupied with the coronavirus pandemic and saving lives, the regime in Tehran is focused on using the crisis for its own survival. Some argue the Iranian regime may...
New York Magazine    |    By Benjamin Hart and Heather Hurlburt    |   May 8, 2019 Benjamin Hart and Intelligencer writer Heather Hurlburt discuss the rising tensions between two longtime adversaries and whether war is on the horizon. Ben: Tensions with Iran have...
By Majid Sadeghpour   |   1/5/2018 Iranian streets are again awash with protesters demanding an unequivocal end to religious tyranny. On the heels of a largely irrelevant nuclear deal with Iran, people in the United States and governments around the world...
THE HILL    |    October 3, 2019 BY GEN. (RET) KEITH B. ALEXANDER AND JAMIL N. JAFFER, OPINION CONTRIBUTORS The recent attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities by Iran (and its proxies) highlights a growing conflict in the Middle East that has its roots...
His advisers cling to the 2015 deal, but the region has moved on NY Times    |    By the Editorial Board     |    Jan. 4, 2021 President Trump’s maximum-pressure sanctions campaign against Iran will continue until his final day in office—and so will Tehran’s...
BY SHAHRIAR KIA, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR - 02/06/17 When Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei was ordering the recent ballistic missile test, he most probably didn’t forecast a widespread international reaction and the heavy consequences afterward. Eight years of appeasement policy under the Obama...
Conservatives Global    |    written by Giulio Terzi     |    December 23, 2020 On December 1, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell tweeted that he had spoken to Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and had discussed “developments in Iran and EU-Iran relations.”...
April 12, 2017 By Shahriar Kia The presidential election in Iran, scheduled for May 19th, witnessed a major development last Thursday when Ebrahim Raisi, of the “principalists” faction and considered a close confidant of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, announced his candidacy. A few...

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