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WikiLeaks Shows a Saudi Obsession With Iran - The New York Times
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The documents from Saudi Arabia's Foreign Ministry illustrate a near obsession with Iran, with diplomats in Africa, Asia and Europe monitoring Iranian activities in minute detail and top government agencies plotting moves to limit the spread of Shiite ...
Report: WikiLeaks documents reveal Saudi 'obsession' with Iran
Iran's conservatives take aim at nuclear deal | Reuters
Khamenei's remark will be understood by Iranians to refer largely to the United States and Britain, the "Great and Little Satans" long reviled by Iran's revolutionary theocracy for their support of the Shah, overthrown in 1979. The comment carries ...
Gulf States Are Right to Fear Iran Deal | TIME
Iran unlikely to spend most of its post-sanctions funds on militants, CIA says ...
Iran Bans U.S. Inspectors from All Nuclear Sites | Washington Free Beacon
'Snapback' Is an Easy Way to Reimpose Iran Penalties - The New York Times
New York Times
Though not legally binding, that possible extension is part of a pact made by the foreign ministers of the six countries that completed the nuclear deal with Iran in Vienna this week and was conveyed in a three-paragraph letter to Secretary-General Ban ...
UN Security Council to Vote Monday Morning on Iran Deal - ABC News
UN Security Council to vote Monday on endorsing Iran nuclear deal - Middle ...
UN Security Council to vote Monday morning on Iran deal - Yahoo News
Five Ways the Nuclear Deal Will Revive Iran's Economy | TIME
While the attention inside the U.S. on the proposed Iran nuclear deal has been on its weapons capability, there is another story. As part of the deal, Tehran will get relief from international sanctions, which could lead to a resurgence in its economy ...
Lifting Sanctions Will Release $100 Billion To Iran. Then What? : Parallels : NPR
The Major Loopholes in the Iran Deal - The Daily Signal
What the Iran nuclear deal means for American business - The Conversation
I Want to Hear a Good Argument Against Obama's Deal With Iran | Mother Jones
Max Fisher talked to another arms control expert today, and Aaron Stein says it's a very good agreement. The Iran nuclear deal "exceeds in all areas. It makes the possibility of Iran developing a nuclear weapon in the next 25 years extremely remote." Fine.
Iran? Is That the One We Invaded? - Adam Wren - POLITICO Magazine
As it turns out, 75 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 can't locate Iran on a map, according to a National Geographic-Roper Public Affairs Geographic Literacy Study in 2006, let alone be grateful for a complicated diplomatic deal ...
Iran: The oil and gas multibillion-dollar 'candy store' - FT.com
By some accounts, they have done more than exchange business cards. As one senior western executive puts it, few of the industry's big players can ignore the “candy store” that is Iran — now preparing to throw open a multibillion-dollar shop window of ...
How Iran's nuclear deal affects India - BBC News
Rejecting the Iran Deal Would Undermine America's Closest Allies - Newsweek
In announcing the Iran nuclear deal, President Obama took the unusually aggressive step of threatening a veto of any congressional resolution undermining it. Meanwhile, Republican congressional leaders and presidential candidates lined up to promise to ...
Iran's Revolutionary Guards Loved the Sanctions - The Daily Beast
Iranian hard-liners have been curiously muted about the nuclear deal with the United States and five other world powers. Throughout the negotiations they've been skeptical, hostile—far from silent, certainly. But it appears that some of the proponents ...
Iran: This Is the Surprising Way the Army Reacted to the Nuclear Deal - Time
The Iranian military are not renowned for their love of rap, rhythm and blues music and social media but Iranian generals decided they needed a novel response to this week's nuclear deal with the U.S. and other world powers. They helped a controversial ...