Iran adept at chipping away at bigger enemies, analysts say
By Jim Michaels, USA TODAY Iran's latest threat to seal off the Strait of Hormuz is probably a bluff, but its ability to slowly escalate tensions in the Persian Gulf with small attacks on commercial shipping or other incidents is a genuine danger, ...
Iran: US in 'No Position' to Give Orders on Strait of Hormuz
Iran and the Strait
For Iran, cost of closing strait may outweigh gain
US touts Saudi Arabia fighter jet deal as a foreign policy, security and ...
The deal, which was finalized after more than a year of negotiations, was announced during a week of increased tensions with Iran, which has renewed its threat to block ship traffic through the Strait of Hormuz in response to international economic ...
US Announces Saudi Arms Deal Amid Gulf Tensions
US Saudi fighter jet sale to help offset Iran
White House, Saudi Arabia Sign $30B F-15 Deal
Los Angeles Times
Ron Paul: Sanctions against Iran are 'acts of war'
Los Angeles Times
By Paul West Defending himself against charges of isolationism, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul told voters in Iowa on Thursday that western sanctions against Iran are "acts of war" that are likely to lead to an actual war in the Middle East ...
Iran sanctions, 'acts of war': Ron Paul
Paul's Stance on Foreign Policy Divides Many Traditional GOP Voters
Ron Paul Returns to Iowa, Questions US Military Presence Around the World
Israeli spy chief downplays Iranian nuke threat
By Abraham Rabinovich - Special to The Washington Times **FILE** The Bushehr nuclear power plant, outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran, is seen here on Aug. 20, 2010. (Associated Press) JERUSALEM — The head of Israel's intelligence agency says ...
Clock Ticking for West to Act on Iranian Nuclear Program
2012: The year that could bring a US strike of Iran
Iran Regime Change, Invasion, Occupation & Recolonization Is Imminent
Man held in Iran speaking under duress, mom says
Detroit Free Press
By Matthew Lee AP WASHINGTON -- The mother of an Iranian-American detained in Iran for four months on espionage charges says his alleged confession was made under duress. Behnaz Hekmati says that her son, Amir Hekmati, a former US military translator, ...
Mom of Iran detainee questions alleged confession
Mother of accused US spy says Iranian charges are false
Iranian Court Begins Trial of US Man
Iran threatens to close oil route
Iran's navy chief is warning that his country can easily close the strategic Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of the Persian Gulf if Western nations go ahead with sanctions, responding to Iran's nuclear program. (Dec. 28) (/The Associated Press) ...
Streep Dodders as Forgetful Thatcher; Iran's 'Separation': Film
Rating: ** Two middle-class Iranian parents sit in plain wooden chairs, facing the camera as they argue before an unseen marital judge. Simin, an attractive redhead wearing a gray headscarf, wants to leave the country with her husband Nader and their ...
Globe and Mail
Iran's Oil Bluff Shows Energy Security Is Found In Freedom From Oil, Not In ...
The current threat from Iran to block oil movements through the Strait of Hormuz has some Republicans calling for approval of the Keystone XL pipeline that would bring tar sands oil from Canada to the US Gulf Coast refineries. ...
New Calls for Keystone XL Pipeline Amid Iran's Threat
Iran Threats Inflame Keystone Fight
Defend Mideast Oil, But Refuse To Build Keystone?
Fars News Agency
Commander Underlines Iran's Firm Resolve in Confrontation with US
Fars News Agency
"The Islamic Republic of Iran does not ask for the permission of any country for implementing its defensive strategies," Salami told reporters in Tehran on Thursday. He underlined that Americans are not in a position to allow or not allow Iran to do ...
Keeping Iran From Saying Yes
Behind the Islamic Republic's Bluster
Iran's defense doctrine: threat for threat
Iranian Exiles in Iraq Ready to Start Relocation
9, 2011: In this photo provided by the People's Mujahedeen Organization of Iran, Iraqi police stand guard outside the opposition group's camp northeast of Baghdad, Iraq. The leader of an Iranian dissident group has agreed to start relocating refugees ...
Iranian exiles living in Camp Ashraf agree to move, ending standoff with Iraq ...
Iranian dissident group in Iraq agrees to quit Camp Ashraf
First Iran dissidents in Iraq agree to move camp