NATO Researchers: Stuxnet Attack on Iran Was Illegal 'Act of Force'
The 20 experts who produced the study were unanimous that Stuxnet was an act of force, but were less clear about whether the cyber sabotage against Iran's nuclear program constituted an “armed attack,” which would entitle Iran to use counterforce in ...
NATO says famed cyber attack against Iran nuclear plant is 'act of force'
US-Israeli Cyber-Sabotage of Iran: Throwing the First Cyber-Stone
U.S.-Israeli cyberattack on Iran was 'act of force,' NATO says
US urges EU to overcome Iran sanctions appeals
Bank Mellat was formed through the merger of 10 banks in 1980 and boasts 1,800 branches in Iran as well as branches in Turkey, South Korea, London and Dubai. It has also appealed to the British Supreme Court to overturn a ban on its operations.
Senate shows united support for blocking Iran access to euros
Senate authorizes funding to keep Iran from laundering euro
US Senate passes anti-Iran amendment
Iran accuses WND of psychological warfare
Reza Kahlili, author of the award-winning book "A Time to Betray," served in CIA Directorate of Operations, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, counterterrorism expert; currently serves on the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, ...
John Kerry In Iraq: Iran Flights To Syria 'Problematic'
BAGHDAD — Just days after the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confronted Baghdad for continuing to grant Iran access to its airspace and said Iraq's behavior was raising questions about its reliability ...
Kerry presses Iraq to ban Iran's shipments to Syria
Kerry asks Iraq to close its airspace to Iran
Kerry chides Iraq over Iran flights to Syria
Revolutionary Iran: A History of the Islamic Republic by Michael Axworthy – review
A few months before the 9/11 attacks I joined a unit of Iranian police and paramilitaries patrolling the country's eastern border with Afghanistan. It was brutally tough work: long hot days hiking through high desert mountains interspersed with chaotic ...
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The High Cost of War with Iran
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President Obama stated recently that Iran could develop a nuclear bomb in over a year. As negotiations over Tehran's nuclear program continue to drag on with little sign of a breakthrough, the odds increase that an armed conflict will eventually break out.
Is Iran preparing for war or peace?
Taking an Iran Option Off the Table
Dubai's trade with Iran shrinks a third in 2012
Boatmen load Iran-bound ships with shoes, clothes and other goods at Dubai's saltwater Creek in this file photo dated November 12, 2010. Dubai, across the Gulf from Iran and home to tens of thousands of ethnic Iranians, has long been a major commercial ...
Dubai Needs to Reduce 'Perilous' Dependence on Iran, India Trade
Iran's defensive might serves interests of regional states: MP
”These maneuvers [are aimed to] convey the message of peace and friendship and the [need for the] establishment of [regional] security by the regional countries,” member of Iran Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Ahmad Shohani said ...
US offer of direct talks with Iran, a hoax: Lawmaker
On February 22, US State Department spokeswoman, Victoria Nuland, said the US was willing “to meet bilaterally with the Iranian side,” repeating an offer Vice President Joe Biden had made earlier at the 49th annual Munich Security Conference in Germany ...
US seeks revenge on Iran, talks only a ploy: MP
On March 21, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei alluded to the repeated US offers of direct talks with Iran and said, “Through different ways and messages, the Americans try to negotiate with us on the nuclear issue, but I ...