This is the fourth segment in the author's backstory series – "Lebanon: Bellwether, Battleground, and Bastard Child" – in the wake of the August 4, 2020 Beirut port explosion. Check out parts one, two, and three, plus stay tuned for upcoming se
The US foreign policy establishment has for decades been dominated by neoconservative interventionists and falsely-named "humanitarian" interventionists.
Iran -- A second Trump term risks more preemptive US wars on invented enemies than already -- notably against Iran, maybe against China if hardliners infesting his regime push things too far.
Iran -- Since Iranians ended a generation of US/UK installed fascist tyranny in 1979, efforts by bipartisan hardliners in Washington to return the Islamic Republic to US client state status failed.
Iran -- Unanimously adopted Security Council Resolution 2231 that affirmed the JCPOA nuclear deal eliminated UN sanctions on Iran.
President Trump has been consistent on Iran and, unfortunately, consistently wrong. His Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been foaming at the mouth for war with Iran for years, along with the various neocons like Eliot Abrams who serve as cogs in th
US dominance in the Mideast is over. Thank president Trump. US Humiliated in 13-2 UN Vote on Iran
Iran -- On Friday, the Trump regime was dealt a humiliating Security Council defeat.
The US bid to extend a UN Security Council total arms embargo on Iran which had been in effect for 13 years, but which is set to drop this fall as part of the 2015 nuclear deal (JCPOA), has ended in utter failure late this week.
It's been revealed that for the first time the US has successfully confiscated Iranian fuel cargo on the high seas that were deemed in violation of sweeping US-led sanctions on Iran's energy sector.
During a day where there have been "a lot of crosscurrents" unfolding as the world awaits word from a 5pm negotiating session between the White House and Congressional Dems, Brian Hook, the Trump Administration's special envoy to Iran, has quietly bo
Iranian state media has announced that a US Navy warship has seized a transport ship near the Chinese port of Qingdao on Wednesday morning.
Iranian state media announces a US Navy warship seized a transport ship near the Chinese port of Qingdao on Wednesday morning.
Iran -- Iran is the leading Middle East proponent of peace, stability, and cooperative relations with other countries.
Iran has not blamed the United States as of yet, however it appears as though they're trying not to fall into a trap.
Conference hosted by controversial Iranian opposition group MEK
Iran -- On Friday, the so-called National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held its annual conference -- online because of spreading COVID-19 outbreaks.
Iran = Weeks earlier, an explosion and fire -- possibly from a cyberattack -- occurred at Iran's Natanz nuclear site, the country's main uranium processing facility located south of Tehran.
Yet another strange and unexplained explosion has rocked central Iran on Sunday, reports state-owned Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA). .
As the combined impact of the corona virus and the wholesale destruction of America's history and culture, or at least the part of it that is white, continues, it is nice to see that other nations are getting into the game that will lead to the de
The Central Intelligence Agency has conducted a series of covert cyber operations against Iran and other targets since winning a secret victory in 2018 when President Trump signed what amounts to a sweeping authorization for such activities, accordin
Over the past three weeks there's been a spate of 'mystery' explosions rocking key facilities and military sites in Iran, including a blast two weeks ago that destroyed a building at Natanz nuclear facility.
EXPLOSIONS have rocked the Iranian capital of Tehran, according to online reports. This marks the third blast in three weeks for the country.
Israel -- A previous article discussed blasts including a fire, reportedly caused by an explosion (possibly triggered by a cyberattack), responsible for extensive damage to its Natanz nuclear site last week.
No more hostility towards Iran--let's instead shift responsibility for Tehran to the Europeans.
Over the past several weeks, a series of "mystery explosions" has happened at very strategically sensitive locations inside Iran, and it has become obvious that what we are witnessing is not just a bunch of random accidents.
Iran -- A previous article discussed blasts including a fire, reportedly caused by an explosion (possibly triggered by a cyberattack), responsible for extensive damage to its Natanz nuclear site last week.