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Why Iranian regime is expanding its ties with Russia

  • The Iranian regime’s increasing involvement in the Russian-Ukrainian war could have severe repercussions for global peace and security due to Tehran’s military adventurism, ballistic missile program and its increasing nuclear threat. One of the reasons behind the regime’s decision to support ...
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Pressure on Iran regime will ultimately break its back

  • As the pressure on the Iranian regime mounts, the theocratic establishment is finding itself in a major predicament. In the four-decade rule of the regime, this is most likely the first time that the ruling clerics have faced enormous pressure from three distinct directions: Domestic, regional ...
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Prospect of a nuclear deal with Iran grows dimmer

  • The prospect of reviving the Iran nuclear deal has grown dimmer based on the latest developments. The White House recently announced that it was imposing new sanctions on an Iranian oil smuggling and money laundering network comprising 10 individuals and nine companies in several different coun...
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Congressional approval vital if new Iran deal is to succeed

  • Although the ongoing negotiations to revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal involve seven parties — China, Russia, the UK, France, the US, Iran and Germany — the two essential players in the talks are America and the Islamic Republic. The Biden administration ought to be c...
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Iran ratchets up tensions with Israel

  • The Iranian regime’s challenges are rising both domestically and globally. And as the Islamic Republic is attempting to expand its regional meddling, it is escalating tensions with its chief rival, Israel. The Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security last week announced that it had arres...
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Lifting sanctions will only convey Western weakness to Tehran

  • The Iranian regime continues to defy the international community. Ever since that community set out to punish Iran for its illicit nuclear activities, and its support of global terrorism and regional warmongering, Tehran seems to have been able to find ways to sidestep the sanctions regime thro...
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The Biden administration’s contradictory approach to Iran

  • In order for the US to effectively confront the Iranian regime’s destabilizing behavior and military adventurism in the Middle East, a coherent, robust and informed policy, which is devoid of contradictions, ought to be enacted. The Biden administration’s move last week to impose new sanctions...
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Iran’s Sunnis face further repression under Raisi

  • The suppression of Sunnis in Iran is likely to increase under the hard-line administration of President Ebrahim Raisi. Raisi, who came to power last August, has filled his Cabinet with members of the institutions that are key in cracking down on the Sunnis, such as the Islamic Revolutionary Gu...
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Iranians have had enough of this bankrupt regime

  • The Iranian regime has been hit by another wave of anti-government protests. People in dozens of towns and cities in the oil-rich province of Khuzestan are the latest to rise up against the regime. Multiple young demonstrators have been reported killed by security forces. But still the protests...
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Iran’s human rights abuses on the increase

  • Human rights violations by the Iranian regime and its militia groups across the Middle East are becoming much more egregious and appalling, with Iran’s leaders and their proxies appearing to act with impunity. In Iran, there are several categories that the international community ought to foc...
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