The Israel Project Boosts An Iranian “Terrorist Organization”

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by Ali Gharib Perhaps some right-wing Israel lobby groups can be forgiven for taking up the cause of the exiled Iranian opposition group, the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK). The more ignorant among them might see a group headed by a woman,… Continue Reading  

CAP and Netanyahu

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by Ali Gharib Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is touring Washington this week. Yesterday morning, he met Barack Obama at the White House. Last night, he was be fêted by his comrades at the neoconservative American Enterprise Institute. But none… Continue Reading  

Top Ten Ways That Iran Hawks Became Their Own Worst Enemies


by Eli Clifton Opponents of the agreement negotiated by the U.S. and its European allies to limit Iran’s nuclear program haven’t yet given up. There’s still a likelihood that “poison pills” will be introduced in forthcoming legislation designed to win… Continue Reading  

Can We Continue the Iran Interim Agreement Indefinitely?


by Ali Gharib Earlier this week, Yishai Schwartz, an associate editor at the legal blog Lawfare, put up a thoughtful post on the Iran nuclear negotiations proposing an alternative to making a nuclear deal with Iran. His proposal?  Briefly stated, it is… Continue Reading  

Following Paul Singer’s Money, Argentina, and Iran (Continued)

Nueva York. El Canciller Héctor Timerman expuso hoy en el Comité de Descolonización de la ONU la posición argentina que ratifica la plena disposición de nuestro país para encontrar una solución pacífica a la disputa de soberanía en la Cuestión Malvinas. A la izq. del Canciller la representante argentina ante la ONU, María Cristina Perceval.

by Eli Clifton Last week, Jim and Charles Davis addressed The Washington Post editorial board’s claim that Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner had pushed an “anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.” They suggested that AIPAC and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies… Continue Reading