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Iran Still in Latin America

This blog has made a consistent effort to keep readers abreast of reportage concerning Iran-Argentina relations. While the AMIA issue is critical, of course, Tehran’s designs throughout Latin America should remain front and center. Rouhani’s election has not changed that.

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iranian elections, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

Smart Sanctions

Sanctions – according to many – “are working”, but what does that really mean and how can they be implemented in the smartest of manners?  In recent weeks, we have seen a few very interesting pieces which perhaps did not

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Posted in Human Rights

Iran’s hard and soft wars… Who is next?

Think tanker and author Matthew Levitt penned a thought-provoking piece in Foreign Policy on Iran’s continued strategic exportation of terror. “An Iranian-American used car salesman pleaded guilty this month to conspiring with Iranian agents to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States. Mansour Arbabsiar’s guilty

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Posted in Other News
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