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Russia is Providing Iran With the Means to Defend Itself, Enraging Israel’s Netanyahu

Russia has recently agreed to ship S-300 missile defence systems to Iran, in an $800 million dollar deal that has been postponed since 2009 due to soon-to-be-lifted sanctions, and reactions are unsurprisingly mixed. The delivery of the system, meant to be … Continue reading

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US Senators Have Got Exactly What They Wanted with Iran Deal: a Pathway to War

The White House has agreed to a compromise over demands that the Republican-run Congress have a say in ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran. Under the new bill pushed by Tennessee Senator Bob Corker, Congress will be allowed to review the … Continue reading

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Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Great for Peace, Horrible for the Rest

The latest hurdle in Iran nuclear negotiations has been passed this week, as the framework for an agreement set for June 30th has finally been announced. Iran is agreeing to cut its stockpile of low-enriched uranium by a significant 98%, … Continue reading

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Joe Biden Leads Wave of Outrage Against Senate Republicans

There has been widespread criticism of senate Republicans following their unprecedented letter to Iran undermining ongoing nuclear negotiations with the country. The letter, sent by 47 senate Republicans led by Tom Cotton of Arkansas, aimed to delegitimize any nuclear deal … Continue reading

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Republicans Send Open Letter to Iran in Latest Stunt

There has been yet another bump on the road towards a nuclear deal with Iran. And of course, Republican senators have to be involved. It was revealed today that an “open letter” was sent to the Iranian government by 47 … Continue reading

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Netanyahu Dictates U.S. Foreign Policy and Receives Thunderous Applause

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Washington today to give a speech before the U.S. Congress, amid a rift with that country’s administration. He began his speech by praising the United States’ unwavering support for Israel, but quickly moved to … Continue reading

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