Evolution, Not a New Revolution, in Iran

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by Paul R. Pillar Some hardline myths about Iran never seem to die.  One myth especially pertinent to U.S. policy is that revolutionary regime change in Iran is a significant possibility in the near future and that with a bit… Continue Reading  

Iraq: Surge Resurgence?


by Jim Lobe Two weeks ago, The Washington Post’s premier neoconservative columnist, Charles Krauthammer, wrote the following: The fact is that by the end of Bush’s tenure, the [Iraq] war had been won. You can argue that the price of… Continue Reading  

Michael Rubin’s Bogus Attack on Tehran Bureau, Right Web, and Us

and Ali Gharib AEI scholar Michael Rubin recently took to the blog of the neoconservative flagship Commentary and attacked Tehran Bureau, an excellent resource on all things Iran, for linking to what he called “fake biographies of conservatives,” which, he suggested, warranted a Congressional… Continue Reading  

Bruce McColm’s Dealings With Equatorial Guinea

When not teaming up with the Mujahedeen-e Khalq (MEK), the Iraqi National Congress (INC), or serving as a contact address for Ahmed Chalabi, the organizations based at 911 Duke St. in Alexandria, Virginia, have another rather distasteful connection which Iran… Continue Reading  

Neocon Iran Policy Committee tied to disgraced Iraqi National Congress

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And Eli Clifton The Iran Policy Committee (IPC), the Mujahedeen-e Khalq (MEK), and the Iraqi National Congress (INC) are connected in more ways than just a neocon modus operandi of taking exile groups with little or no domestic legitimacy, using… Continue Reading