Iran's hardline lawmakers are seeking to increase uranium enrichment under the country's nuclear program to a level that can produce bomb-grade material. The bill could bring Tehran into direct conflict with the major powers that reached an agreement
It is the time of year we feel a sense of joy and optimism. We are preparing for the holidays and looking to spend time with our families and friends. This year as we look back we see several developments that leave us feeling optimistic.
Reid Allows Bill to Bypass Committees, Vote Likely in January
Bill Endorses Any Future Israeli Attack on Iran
Obama is negotiating with Iran. Now he encounters the neocon counterattack, seeking to stop the talks.
Process 'Derailed But Not Dead'
In March 2007, retired FBI agent Robert Levinson flew to Kish Island, an Iranian resort awash with tourists, smugglers and organized crime figures. Days later, after an arranged meeting with an admitted killer, he checked out of his hotel, slipped in
Says Sanctions Violate the Spirit of the P5+1 Deal
Iran has quit nuclear talks with the major powers, accusing Washington on Friday of going against the spirit of a landmark agreement reached last month by expanding its sanctions blacklist.
In March 2007, Levinson flew to Kish Island, an Iranian resort awash with tourists, smuggler and organized crime figures. Days later after a meeting with an admitted killer, he vanished. For years the U.S. has publicly described him as a private citi
In the past year or two, we in the liberty movement seem to have made a lot of progress in getting across the ideas of freedom and peace to a larger group of people. Live and Let Live is not totally dead yet.
Despite warnings against new sanctions, both chambers appear willing to move ahead
Concerned about foreign forces in the region, Iran and Afghanistan have decided to sign a joint cooperation agreement to boost “regional security” amid American efforts to force the Afghan president to seal a security pact with Washington.
Two U.S. senators are preparing legislation to impose new sanctions on Iran in six months if an interim deal on the Islamic Republic's nuclear program goes nowhere, penalties that Iran's foreign minister has said would kill the agreement.
Hassan Rouhani, Iran’s president, has more cabinet members with Ph.D. degrees from U.S. universities than Barack Obama does.
John Hannah here argues that Saudi fear and loathing of Iran destroys the case for negotiating with Tehran.
Former Military Intelligence chief assesses Iranian strategic calculations, concludes nightmare scenarios unlikely.
Just throwing it out there, you can throw it back if you don't like it, but maybe we should nuke Iran if war becomes imminent.
Ian Freeman (Onwer LRN.FM and New Hampshire Resident) provides an update on the Robin Hood Lawsuit in Keene, NH - Ivan Eland (Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute) provides his perspective on Iran
Why are Israel, Saudi Arabia, and their congressional allies in both American political parties trying to kill an interim nuclear deal with Iran that effectively freezes (and in some instances rolls back) the Iranian nuclear program until a comprehen
After all the gnashing of teeth, beating of breasts and tearing of hair coming from Israel and its American supporters, you’d think last week’s nuclear deal in Geneva has opened the way for Iran to become a mighty nuclear weapons power.
You cannot negotiate with Iran. That is what they told us for years. The Iranian leadership is too fanatical, they are not rational actors, they are “not like us.” One US official even recently said that deception is part of the Iranian DNA. But ju
The Obama administration said it was maintaining tough oil-related sanctions against Iran even though the US and 5 other world powers signed an initial deal with Tehran to curb its nuclear program and prevent it from developing nuclear weapons.