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Iran Nuclear Deal
Jonathan S. Tobin
Lessons from a century of history
If Western Europe understands the value of the Western alliance and Trump doesn’t, why are they prioritizing their profits over the need to confront Iran?
Documents show Iranian weapons’ operations more advanced than previously known
The authors of documents recovered by Israeli intelligence from Iran’s hidden nuclear archive also question why the IAEA, which was informed about the archives by Israel, did not demand further clarifications from Iran about the scope of its nuclear progress.
The European Union’s utopian approach to Iran
Col (Res.) Dr. Raphael G. Bouchnik-Chen and Lt. Col. (res.) Dr. Dany Shoham
It is more likely that E.U. member states are succumbing to a sophisticated blackmail campaign directed by the Iranian regime aimed at preserving the 2015 nuclear deal, deepening existing cleavages among the transatlantic partners.
Europeans working hard to sabotage US sanctions on Iran
France, Germany and the United Kingdom—the three European partners to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal that have stuck with the accord—have vowed to continue efforts to thwart U.S. measures and preserve working economically with Tehran.
Volkswagen to cease doing business in Iran, boosting US economic sanctions
“We are pleased with this decision because Iran diverts its economic resources away from its people to spread violence and instability across the globe,” said U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell.
EU foreign ministers review work done to preserve the nuclear deal with Iran
European Jewish Press
European Union efforts to preserve the nuclear deal, also led by the three European architects of the accord—France, Germany and the United Kingdom—puts the United States in direct conflict with its largest and most powerful NATO allies.
Iran appeals to International Court of Justice over renewed sanctions imposed by America
Tehran is claiming that sanctions renewed on Aug. 7 by the Trump administration violate the Treaty of Amity, a 1955 bilateral agreement that regulates diplomatic and economic ties between the United States and Iran.
Iran, Syria sign military deal, amid other moves to defy US
The Syrian government is one of Iran’s proxies, engaging in the seven-year civil war.
EU pledges $21 million in Iran assistance to keep nuclear deal alive
“This new package will widen economic and sectoral relations in areas that are of direct benefit to our citizens," E.U. High Representative Federica Mogherini said in a statement.
In Israel, Bolton talks with Netanyahu about rolling back Iranian aggression
“The nuclear deal did not block Iran’s path to the bomb; it paved Iran’s path to an entire nuclear arsenal,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “Removing the sanctions enabled Iran to bring in billions and billions of dollars to its coffers which only fueled Iran’s war machine in Syria, in Lebanon, in Yemen and elsewhere.”
Iranians furious at regime as economy teeters on verge of collapse
Tehran is facing a general population angry with its mishandling of funds—money that should have gone towards making Iran a better place to live, but instead goes to supporting terror worldwide.
Report: North Korea tried to extort $1 billion from Israel to stop arms sale to Iran
A new book by a North Korean diplomat who defected to South Korea claims that the dictatorial regime attempted to extort Israel by seeking to end North Korean missile sales to Iran in exchange for $1 billion in cash from Israel back in 1999.
In Vienna, Iran fails to get guarantees on continued access to oil, financial markets
An attempt to keep the Iranian nuclear deal alive after U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out of the agreement in May.
Iran threatens to cut ties with UN nuclear watchdog
“Iran’s nuclear activities have always been for peaceful purposes, but it is Iran that would decide on its level of cooperation with the IAEA,” Iranian state news agency IRNA quoted Iranian President Hassan Rouhani as saying after meeting IAEA head Yukiya Amano in Vienna.
Iran leader visits Austria, chancellor calls Tehran’s anti-Israel rhetoric ‘unacceptable’
“In this memorial year in which we are particularly aware of our historic responsibility, I want to clearly emphasize that we condemn in the strongest possible terms any form of anti-Semitism and any downplaying or even denial of the Holocaust,” said Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.