Category Archives: US-Iran Relations

Iran “plot” foiled

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

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Shoes and praise over Iran-US phone call

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.

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Obstacles to Reconciliation

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

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The Failed Neocon Attempt to Destroy an Iranian American Anti-war Organization

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

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Caught Shopping While Iranian: Diasporic Solidarity and the Globalization of Collective Punishment

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

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