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    Did Iran Take Uranium Shipment Off the Table as a Negotiating Tactic?
    Trita Parsi says Iran is trying to make the U.S. put lifting all sanctions back on the table

      1 hour ago

    Iran Nuclear Program a Distraction from Israel's Nuclear Weapons
    At the 2015 Jewish Voice for Peace National Membership Meeting, author Joshua Reubner responds to a Washington Post op-ed that calls for war with Iran

      March 15, 2015

    Republicans Spin UN Meeting About Iran Sanctions
    Just Foreign Policy's Robert Naiman says Congress gave Obama the authority to waive sanctions in previous bills

      March 13, 2015

    Democrats Divided Over Netanyahu, United Over Support for Israel
    Rania Khalek says many members of Congress that boycotted Netanyahu's speech gave him a standing ovation during his last trip, in spite of Israel's attack on Gaza

      March 5, 2015

    Former IAEA Director Says No Basis for Netanyahu Iran Claims
    Robert Kelley says Netanyahu avoids facts and evidence to push conflict to a point where war is the only answer

      March 4, 2015

    Corker and Menendez Bills Aim to Derail Iran Negotiations
    Jim Lobe reports that the bills attempt to assert Congressional power to undermine an agreement with Iran

      March 4, 2015

    Iran's Intent is the Real Issue, Says Former IAEA Inspector
    Robert Kelley says the number of centrifuges or the amount of uranium Iran may have is not what matters; there is evidence, however, that the U.S. has forged documents

      February 25, 2015

    Pressure Rises in Iran Negotiations
    TRNN's Thomas Hedges talks to Trita Parsi of the National Iranian American Council and Matthew McInnis of the American Enterprise Institute who say that hardliners in Washington are not primarily interested in a nuclear-free Iran but regime change and how to incite it

      February 20, 2015

    New Iran Sanctions Could Kill Negotiations, Lead to War
    The Senate Banking Committee advanced legislation last week that many see as a threat to negotiations between the United States and Iran. TRNN's Thomas Hedges speaks to Jamal Abdi of the National Iranian-American Council who says that failed talks could lead to armed conflict.

      February 1, 2015

    Russia's Pivotal Role in the Iranian Nuclear Agreement
    Russia will play a major role in a deal by ensuring that Iran complies with US demands - and it has a lot of money to gain from it, says Gareth Porter, the author of Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare.

      November 13, 14

    On the Verge of a Historic Nuclear Energy Deal with Iran?
    Unknown contents of President Obama's letter to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei of Iran under scrutiny by Republicans and the blogosphere as a historic deal nears, says Trita Parsi, President of the National Iranian American Council

      November 11, 14

    Does Iran Have Legitimate Nuclear Energy Needs? (2/2)
    Scholar Mehdi Sarram says though Russia is committed by contract to deliver low-enriched energy to Iran until 2021, why should Iran buy it from the Russians if they can produce it themselves?

      October 20, 14

    Does Iran Have Legitimate Nuclear Energy Needs? (1/2)
    Scholar Mehdi Sarram discusses why Iran feels the need to develop nuclear energy and gives an update on the P5+1 talks

      October 20, 14

    Arrest of 'Happy' Dancers Reflects Power Struggle in Iran
    Iran conservatives trying to weaken President Rouhani's nuclear negotiations by fighting "western culture"

      October 3, 14

    U.S. Pushing False Narrative About Iran & Nuclear Weapons
    Historian and investigative journalist Gareth Porter discusses how fabricated documents from Israel are used to show that Iran is a dishonest negotiating partner and wants to produce nukes

      October 3, 14

    Correcting the Mainstream Distortion of Iran's 1979 Revolution
    On the 35th anniversary of the 1979 Iranian revolution, Scholar Hamid Dabashi explains why even though a diverse set of forces overthrew the brutal, CIA-backed Shah of Iran, in the end theocracy dominated, leaving Iran in the hands of plutocrats.

      October 3, 14

    Iran's New President a Regime Insider - Wide Mandate for More Civil Liberties
    Hamid Dabashi: President-elect Hassan Rohani will not change Iran's Neo-liberal capitalism but may be inspired by popular support for more political rights and nuclear transparency

      October 3, 14

    No Substantial Iran Negotiations Possible Without Offer of a Suspension of Sanctions
    Lawrence Wilkerson: If the US is serious about negotiating with Iran it must offer a suspension of sanctions and a permanent end to sanctions once safeguards are in place - Iran has to come forward and tell the IAEA everything about the past and present of their nuclear program

      October 3, 14

    US Iran Policy Can't Abide an Independent Middle East State
    Hillary Mann-Leverett and Flynt Leverett: American policy based on hegemony in the Middle East - a major regional player not within the US system of supported states is a target

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