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US IRAN SANCTIONS
U.S. Willing To Ease Iran Sanctions In Exchange For Halting Nuclear Program
Sanctions Are No Medicine for the Iran-U.S. Standoff
Most Iranians would obviously be strongly opposed to war and the tortoise-paced path to diplomacy with the U.S. is of less concern than living day-to-day in a stagnant economic climate, where food prices become more and more expensive and basic medical needs are not satisfied.
The Coming Collapse of Iran Sanctions
Flynt and Hillary Mann Leverett
Authors, 'Going to Tehran'; Penn State Professor and American ...
America is on a collision course with China over sanctions. If, at congressional insistence, the administration later this year demands that China sharply cut Iranian oil imports and that Chinese banks stop virtually any Iran-related transactions, Beijing will say no.
Apple Should "Think Different" on Sanctions
Nonprofit, immigrant rights attorney; long-time civil and huma...
Technology and telecommunications companies like Apple should be leading the charge to lift sanctions that violate freedom of speech and access to information, not over-zealously applying these policies.
Europe's Unique Opportunity to Act
By delaying -- not lifting -- its impending embargo on Iranian oil for six months, Europe will give decisive breathing space to an otherwise constricted negotiation process. The Iranians should, in turn, freeze the enrichment of 20 percent uranium for that same period.
Iranians Reflect On Sanctions Ahead Of Nuclear Talks
A Contrarian Optimist Views the Upcoming Iran Nuclear Talks
Policy Director, Just Foreign Policy
Is it possible that Obama could pleasantly surprise us in the upcoming talks with Iran over its nuclear program? Much of the media coverage would have you think otherwise.
Don't Bomb Iran, Contain It (Like the USSR)
Worked on Capitol Hill for Democratic Senators and House membe...
The fear campaign that surrounds Iran is about Israel's intense worry that a nuclear Iran would inhibit Israel's freedom of action throughout the Middle East, taking away its ability to do whatever it wants whenever it wants to.
Another War That Nobody Wants
Leon T. Hadar
Washington-based journalist and global affairs analyst
Reports that members of the European Union (EU) were planning to impose an embargo on Iranian oil as part of a U.S.-led strategy to force Teheran to end its alleged nuclear military programme should not have come as a major surprise.
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