MEK Impunity Undermining America’s Democracy

by Massoud Khodabandeh Even before its inception, the Trump administration was accused of foreign interference and repeated counter allegations that such charges are fake news. Now, even as House Democrats are squeezing whatever advantage they can from the Mueller investigation… Continue Reading  

Jason Rezaian’s Prisoner Reviewed

by John Limbert Beginning July 2014, the Iranians had a problem. For reasons known only to them­selves, Revolutionary Guards Security Officers arrested Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and Yeganeh Salehi, his wife of 15 months, in the garage of their… Continue Reading  

Iran and the Diplomatic Jackpot

by John Feffer In 1748, as part of the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, France regained Cape Breton from Great Britain. The island, off the coast of Nova Scotia, had passed back and forth between the two countries over the years, and… Continue Reading  

Neocons Double their Standards on Prisoner Release

by Eli Clifton, Ali Gharib, and Jim Lobe It’s inevitable that neoconservatives will assail President Obama’s every dealing with Iran. And indeed, the denunciations were fast and furious of the deal that brought home four Americans, including Washington Post reporter… Continue Reading  

Have Human Rights in Iran Deteriorated after the Nuclear Deal?

by Derek Davison The case of the now-convicted Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, covered in detail by Ali Gharib in this space last week, is only the most glaring example supporting the idea that the human rights situation in Iran… Continue Reading