Majority of IAEA Board of Governors Support Western Statement Against Iran

Majority of IAEA Board of Governors Support Western Statement Against Iran

Two-thirds of the UN nuclear watchdog’s Board of Governors, comprised of 35 nations, endorsed a non-binding statement pressuring Iran, Reuters reported on Thursday. This comes as Washington expands its “maximum pressure” campaign, devastating the Iranian civilian population. Any remaining hopes of reviving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) continue dwindling.

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Washington Imposes More Sanctions on Iran Over Alleged ‘Malicious’ Cyber Activities

Washington Imposes More Sanctions on Iran Over Alleged ‘Malicious’ Cyber Activities

As talks to revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) seem to have all but failed, the Joe Biden administration continues to pile sanctions on Iran. The Treasury Department said the new penalties targeted a “group of Iran-based malicious cyber actors” allegedly linked to Tehran’s elite military unit, the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Al Jazeera reported on Wednesday.

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We Need More Giuliani Moments

We Need More Giuliani Moments

After 9/11, the principles in arch neocon Paul Wolfowitz’s notorious 1992 Defense Planning Guidance were embraced by the George W. Bush administration. Subsequently, throughout successive Democrat and Republican administrations, the warmongers running the National Security State have been in pursuit of nothing less than world domination. After the fall of the Soviet Union left the United States as the sole remaining superpower, the Pentagon decided to prevent the rise of any country or conceivable alliance of countries that could ever again challenge American military power. Thus, after the...

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U.S. State Department Approves $1.1 Billion Weapons Package for Taiwan

U.S. State Department Approves $1.1 Billion Weapons Package for Taiwan

Amid soaring tensions with the U.S. and China, the State Department approved a previously revealed White House plan to supply $1.1 billion in arms to Taiwan, the Associated Press reported on Friday. This announcement has angered Beijing which warned of "counter-measures" if the plans are not revoked. Among U.S. lawmakers there is ample bipartisan support for arming the island and the required Congressional approval is virtually guaranteed. Concurrently, the Pentagon is working to increase the speed at which the U.S. can sell weapons to global partners as "roadblocks" in the system are...

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