The 1988 Massacre in Iran Continues to Cast a Shadow Over the Regime

Staff Writer 19 September 2017

 by Atousa Pilger

The nuclear agreement of 2015 has been criticized for providing too many concessions, such as Tehran’s military sites remaining off limits to inspectors. Some say, additionally, that the agreement has resulted in the sponsoring of Islamic extremism in the region, cooperating with North Korea in pursuit of ballistic missiles, and the suppression of domestic dissent.

Iran: An Unstable Regime With Its Society in Turmoil

Staff Writer 18 September 2017

by Navid  Felker

North Korea’s most recent nuclear test has sparked a discussion about creating a plan with that country, that would be similar to the Iran nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Many say that the deal was successful in curbing Iran’s nuclear program, and perhaps will do the same for Pyongyang.

Iran: House Votes to Block Aircraft Sales

Staff Writer 14 September 2017

Staff writer, SF

Yesterday, the House decided to implement measures that would block the sale of commercial aircraft to the Islamic Republic of Iran. Before the decision was made, several democrats warned that the action would seriously undermine the 2015 nuclear deal that was drawn up to curb Iran’s nuclear program.

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