Some Dubious Characters, Connections Among Ex-Military Foes of Iran Deal

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by Ali Gharib and Grace Cason When something big happens in the foreign policy world—especially a political issue that requires a vote in Congress—advocates try to shore up their positions with what are called, in public relations terms, “validators.” On… Continue Reading  

Perle and the Clarion Fund/Project

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by Jim Lobe I just received this solicitation in an email: Former Assistant Secretary of Defense, Richard Perle, Available for Interviews on Terror Attacks Available for Interviews: Richard Perle – Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Clare Lopez – Senior Fellow,… Continue Reading  

Clarion Fund Discloses Hawkish “Advisory Board” Before Launch of Iran Documentary

Salon’s Justin Elliott has new evidence indicating who funded the Clarion Fund’s 2008 distribution of 28-million DVDs of the Islamophobic documentary, Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West. Starting in 2008, we began writing about the films produced and distributed by… 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