The Disappearing Prince of Darkness

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by Jim Lobe Where is Richard Perle? His virtually total absence from the Iran nuclear debate over the past two years was perhaps one of the most remarkable features of the whole controversy. Ubiquitous in the major media in the… Continue Reading  

Committee for the Liberation of Iraq Members on Iran Deal

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by Grace Cason and Jim Lobe “Many of the same people who argued for the war in Iraq are now making the case against the Iran nuclear deal,” President Obama observed August 5 at American University in perhaps his most… Continue Reading  

AIPAC’s “No One Wants War” in Iran Claim Debunked

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by Ali Gharib After Iran and world powers announced a framework agreement last week laying out guidelines for a final nuclear deal due by the end of June, opponents of a deal went immediately on the defensive. One group, the American Israel… Continue Reading  

Iran: Deal or No Deal?

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by John Feffer The full-page ad in this week’s Washington Post portraying President Obama as history’s favorite whipping boy, Neville Chamberlain, was wrong in nearly every one of its many strident particulars. It was wrong in suggesting that a nuclear agreement… Continue Reading  

The Deal with Iran: Five Arguments to Watch Out For

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by Gary Sick As the nuclear talks with Iran enter the final stretch, and as the media coverage reaches the point of hysteria, it is useful to step back a bit and offer a few observations about how to approach the kinds… Continue Reading