Dandelion Salad By Subrata Ghoshroy ICH 10/03/08 “Alternet” In an exclusive and wide-ranging interview, Chomsky discusses the global politics of Iran’s and India’s attempts to become nuclear powers. On Wednesday night, in a vote of 86 to 13, the U.S. Senate passed a historic nuclear deal with that will allow the United States to trade […]
by Finian Cunningham Writer, Dandelion Salad East Africa Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation July 8, 2019 The seizure of two million barrels of Iranian crude oil by British commandoes is a blatant act of piracy aimed at provoking Iran into war. Also, confiscation of the supertanker in Britain’s Mediterranean territory of Gibraltar seems aimed at […]
Dandelion Salad with Chris Hedges RT America on Feb 16, 2019 The Iran nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), between China, France, Russia, UK and USA, represented a crowning moment of international diplomacy and stopped the US and its allies from going to war with Iran. Donald Trump’s decision to break the […]
by Finian Cunningham Writer, Dandelion Salad East Africa Crossposted from Strategic Culture Foundation May 15, 2018 This week sees a flurry of diplomatic efforts by Iran, China, Russia and the European Union to salvage the international nuclear accord following US President Trump’s violation of the UN-backed treaty.
Dandelion Salad with Chris Hedges RT America on May 9, 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning On Contact host Chris Hedges joins RT America’s Manila Chan to discuss the geopolitical impact of America backing out of the Iran nuclear deal.
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on May 8, 2018 With Trump withdrawing from the JCPOA and European allies showing no signs that they’ll withstand US pressure, the Iran nuclear deal is in danger and the threat of war has increased, says Jamal Abdi of the National Iranian American Council.
Dandelion Salad TheRealNews on Feb 5, 2018 Fifteen years after he helped write the Colin Powell speech that made the false case for war on Iraq, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says Trump is following a similar path on Iran — with the main difference being that the outcome now could “be significantly worse.”
Dandelion Salad Updated: Oct. 7, 2017 TheRealNews on Oct 5, 2017 Before decertifying the Iran nuclear deal, the US should approach the UN Security Council and the P5+1 with evidence that Iran is not in compliance, this is a multilateral deal says Professor Vijay Prashad.
by Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad crossposted at ISP Washington April 11, 2014 When U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Carmen M. Ortiz unsealed the indictment of a Chinese citizen in the UK for violating the embargo against Iran, she made what appeared to be a new U.S. accusation of an Iran nuclear weapons programme. The press […]
by Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad crossposted at ISP Washington March 31, 2014 The Barack Obama administration appears to have rejected a deal-breaking demand by Israel for an Iranian confession to having had a covert nuclear weapons programme as a condition for completing the comprehensive nuclear agreement. Pro-Israeli commentators have openly criticised the Obama administration […]
with Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad February 27, 2014 TheRealNews on Feb 27, 2014 Gareth Porter: Very contentious issues remain in Iran nuclear negotiations.
by Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad crossposted at ISP Washington February 21, 2014 The Barack Obama administration’s insistence that Iran discuss its ballistic missile programme in the negotiations for a comprehensive nuclear agreement brings its position into line with that of Israel and senators who introduced legislation drafted by the pro-Israel lobby group AIPAC aimed […]
by Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad crossposted at ISP Washington February 5, 2014 When Western intelligence agencies began in the early 1990s to intercept telexes from an Iranian university to foreign high technology firms, intelligence analysts believed they saw the first signs of military involvement in Iran’s nuclear programme. That suspicion led to U.S. intelligence […]
by Gareth Porter Writer, Dandelion Salad crossposted at ISP Washington January 25, 2014 Iran’s pushback against statements by Secretary of State John Kerry and the White House that Tehran must “dismantle” some of its nuclear programme, and the resulting political uproar over it, indicates that tough U.S. rhetoric may be adding new obstacles to the […]
Dandelion Salad Propaganda Alert! The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release January 12, 2014 Today’s agreement to implement the Joint Plan of Action announced in November marks the first time in a decade that the Islamic Republic of Iran has agreed to specific actions that halt progress on its nuclear program […]