Gay American Politician Visits Iran. Secret Agents Are on the Case.
New York Times
Iran's intelligence minister normally does not find himself on the receiving end of criticism by fellow hard-liners asking how he could possibly have overlooked a visit by a gay state legislator from the United States. But that is what happened on ...
Dabakis' Iran Debacle
Iran spy says Utah state senator was under constant surveillance during visit
Iran official: Gay Utah senator watched during recent trip
New York Times
For Iran, Exerting Force While Making Nice Is Part of the Plan
New York Times
TEHRAN — Just as conservative opponents of the nuclear deal with Iran had warned, Tehran seems to be moving aggressively to expand its regional influence while working to counter American interests throughout the Middle East. Yet, just as proponents ...
Iran: Inside the battle to succeed supreme leader Khamenei
Opinion: Iran and the Struggle Caused by Opening Up
Voice of America
Iran sentences San Diego grad student to 18 years in prison
Los Angeles Times
An Iranian American held in Tehran has reportedly been sentenced to 18 years in prison for "collaboration with a hostile government," yet another dual national convicted in a secret trial since Iran's nuclear deal with world powers. The sentence handed ...
Iran 'jails dual US-Iranian national Robin Shahini for 18 years'
Iranian government hands harsh prison sentences to American citizens born in Iran
US says troubled by reports of another US citizen jailed by Iran
European Parliament resolution condemns Iran for anti-Semitism
Jerusalem Post Israel News
“We welcome this amendment, as it is essential to couple Iran's extremism, Holocaust denial and call for genocide with its nuclear program and relations with the international community,” he said. “It is vital that Iran is pressured to improve its ...
Iran welcomes EU resolution on normalization of ties
Iran nuclear deal: “A huge prize for peace and stability in a troubled region”
AJC hails EU parliament for condemning Iran
Iran's proxy missile attacks
The recent missile attacks attributed to Yemeni Houthi rebels, with assistance from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Hezbollah, demonstrate Iran's classic use of proxies to promote its political agenda. The Houthi rebels denied any ...
Michael Rubin: Iran-Backed Rebels Are Attacking US Ships
With Houthi Missile Firings, Iran May Be Ordering Attacks on US Troops
Saudi Conflict With Iran Takes Its Biggest Toll in Yemen
Exclusive: US House to vote on Iran Sanctions Act renewal as soon as Nov...
WASHINGTON The Republican leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives plan a vote as soon as mid-November on a 10-year reauthorization of the Iran Sanctions Act, congressional aides told Reuters on Tuesday, setting up a potential showdown with ...
US House to vote on Iran Sanctions Act renewal as soon as November
Congress May Push for New Iran Sanctions After Election Day
Iran Sanctions: Republicans Attack Nuclear Deal, US Relations With Tehran; Action Could Come Next Month
Iran soon to control land corridor to the Mediterranean
We have written extensively about the new axis of power in the Middle East between Shia Iran and Syria, and the Russian Federation. Now word comes that Iran is soon to secure a land corridor from the Iranian border to the Mediterranean. This long ...
Managing the Saudi-Iran Rivalry
Council on Foreign Relations
The growing rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran—and by extension, their allies and proxy forces in the region—will likely shape the Middle East for many years, and possibly even decades, to come. The conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran, while ...
Iran/Contra Was the Prototype for Post-Vietnam Imperial Adventure
But then it was eventually revealed that the profits from off-the-books arms sales to Iran, which included the participation of Israel, were used to purchase the weapons that Hasenfus and others were passing along to the Contras. Congress, in 1982 and ...
How dual nationality became a key controversy in Iran
In Iran, the Intelligence Ministry's barring of 35 senior officials from holding government positions has once again brought dual nationals into the spotlight. The issue was initially raised in the ninth parliament (2012-16) as a tool to pressure ...