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Iran’s campaign of extortion against the world

  • Extorting the international community has been one of the core pillars of the Islamic Republic since its establishment in 1979. The Iranian regime has never shown a genuine desire to play by the rules and laws of the global community. This is partially due to the fact that the theocratic esta...
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Diplomacy not enough when dealing with Iran

  • The prevailing approach of the Biden administration toward the Iranian regime, which appears to be solely anchored in diplomacy, is doomed to fail. The White House believes that the Trump administration’s maximum pressure policy on Iran was ineffective. As a result, President Joe Biden has com...
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A nuclear Iran would be a new year disaster

  • The Iranian regime continues to defy the international community and advance its nuclear program. As 2022 approaches, the prospect of Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon remains one of the greatest threats to global security.  Political responses to the threat have been developing for almost...
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Support growing for an Israeli strike on Iran

  • Israeli leaders are again threatening to target the Iranian regime’s nuclear installations as they did in 2013 without making good on the warning. However, the geopolitical and sociopolitical situations are different this time, and Israel’s ultimatum must be taken seriously.  Two years b...
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Global pressure must be stepped up against Iranian regime

  • Sanctions imposed by the US on the Islamic Republic have failed to deter the Tehran regime from attempting to empower and embolden its proxies, terror and militia groups. This is due to the fact that sponsoring terrorism has been a consistent strategy and core pillar of the regim...
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West must learn from its Iran nuclear deal mistakes

  • The failure of the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, should have taught the US, France, Germany and the UK several lessons when it comes to dealing and negotiating with the Iranian regime. If the West wants to reach an enduring agreement with Tehran, it should ...
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Cracks appear in Iranian regime’s cover-up of its crimes

  • The chief of the UN’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, this week left Iran without reaching a deal on an inspections regime. But the Islamic Republic is not only covering up its nuclear weapons ambitions — for more than three decades, the extremist theocracy has tried t...
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Time to confront the Iranian regime’s cyber army

  • Along with Iran’s military adventurism, the regime’s cyberattacks have become an increasing threat to the stability and security not only of the region, but also the world. The US Department of Justice last week launched criminal charges against two Iranians over a cyber-based campaign seeking...
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Iranian regime on its knees and desperate for nuclear deal

  • With the return of the nuclear negotiations between the Iranian regime, Germany and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council — the UK, US, China, Russia and France — fast approaching, it is clear that not all members of the P5+1 hold the same position regarding the agreement. Chin...
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Hold Iran to account for deplorable human rights record

  • The Iranian regime’s dire human rights record has only worsened in 2021, with growing numbers of violations, particularly in the months since Ebrahim Raisi, the so-called “Butcher of Tehran,” became president of the republic.   Referring to the growing use of capital punishment and ...
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