Monday, 18 November , 2019

Iranian nuclear program

Europe and America clash over Washington’s economic war on Iran

By Keith Jones 5 November 2018 Washington’s imposition of sweeping new sanctions on Iran—aimed at strangling its economy and precipitating regime change in Tehran—is roiling...

IAEA chief rebuffs Netanyahu, says it has ‘visited’ all relevant Iran...

After PM claims he told UN agency about alleged secret Tehran site, director Amano insists all necessary locations have been accessed By Stuart Winer 2 October...

Obama on Syria, Netanyahu, Putin, Sarkozy, Iran…

The Obama Doctrine The U.S. president talks through his hardest decisions about America’s role in the world. By Jeffrey Goldberg April 2016 Friday, August 30, 2013, the day...

“Pourquoi je suis très fier de ne pas avoir bombardé la...

Cet article est un extrait de la série de 5 billets réalisant la traduction du remarquable article de 2016 du journaliste Jeffrey Goldberg, qui...

Erasing Obama’s Iran Success

January 3, 2018 The nihilism of modern American politics extends globally with one side seeking to destroy any positive legacy of the other, as the Trump administration continues...

Iran’s president: both diplomacy, military power needed in face of threats

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran is seeking to solve regional problems through negotiation and not confrontation. In a live interview with Iran’s state...

Is Netanyahu the President of the United States?

Trump and Netanyahu ready united assault against Iran nuclear deal By Julian Borger Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu will meet in New York on Monday, at...

The Europeans have 90 days to save the nuclear agreement with...

By Ian J. Stewart thebulletin.org The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is at risk of failure, potentially turning Iran into the next North Korea. Reports...

Peace or War? Sanders on Israel, Palestinians and the Middle East

READ IN FULL: Bernie Sanders' Speech on Israel, Trump and anti-Semitism at J Street Conference Bernie Sanders' full speech to the J Street 2017...

Cyberwars…

The United States is, by far, the world’s most aggressive nation when it comes to cyberspying and cyberwarfare. The National Security Agency has been eavesdropping on foreign cities, politicians, elections and entire countries since it first turned on its receivers in 1952. Just as other countries, including Russia, attempt to do to the United States. What is new is a country leaking the intercepts back to the public of the target nation through a middleperson.