Category Archives: US-Iran Relations
Given the news today, does that mean my post from Wednesday is true? 4 days ago, I posted here and on Facebook this: “Iranian and American leaders both want to reconcile, but there are many in the world including the … Continue reading
Of course, there are also those in Iran that are equally opposed to a US-Iran reconciliation. The right-wing in the US, Israel, and Iran all have that in common.
Iranian and American leaders both want to reconcile, but there are many in the world including the Israelis, Persian Gulf states, right-wing factions inside the US, the American weapons industry, AIPAC, and others who don’t want these two to set … Continue reading
From a former AIPAC insider, M.J. Rosenberg: The war over war with Iran has many battlefronts. Inside Washington, the battle line is between a small coalition of peace and security, non-proliferation and religious groups opposing war and favoring a peaceful … Continue reading
Jadaliyya: In recent years, the Iranian New Year, Norooz, has become a fairly predictable time for US presidents to gesture towards “dialogue” and mutual respect between the United States and the Iranian people, while criticizing the repressive policies and nuclear … Continue reading