Sunday, February 25, 2024

Tag: Iran

Shift in strategy: Iran-backed Iraqi militia halts operations against US forces

The Iraqi government has publicly advocated for the withdrawal of U.S. troops, a sentiment that may gain further traction in light of recent events.

Will it never stop?

It’s worth reflecting on where the United States stands when it comes to both that forever war against terrorism and war generally.

Iran punished for treatment of women

The U.S. initiates Iran’s expulsion from the UN women’s commission.

Iranians continue protests, defying rising death toll and potential execution

Nine weeks into anti-regime protests led by women and young people, one human rights group estimated that Iran's security forces have killed at least 326 people, including 43 children.

Iran: A winter-spring anti-romance

To achieve a more orderly and just transition in Iran, a ceasefire is needed in the winter-spring standoff between the revolutionary generation of 1979 and the revolutionary generation of today.

America’s Afghan war is ending. What about Iraq — and Iran?

Even as Biden sticks to the Afghanistan withdrawal, he's launching strikes in Iraq and delaying a return to the Iran deal.

How Biden helped hard-liner Raisi win Iran election

President Biden's failure to quickly rejoin the nuclear agreement with Iran helped a hard-liner to win the presidential election and will leave us on a path toward war with Iran unless he promptly rejoins the JCPOA now.

Rob Malley for Iran envoy: A test case for Biden’s commitment...

Biden’s response to the far-right uproar against Malley will be a test of his fortitude in standing up to the hawks and charting a new course for U.S. policy in the Middle East.

Will the world community condemn the murder of Iran’s nuclear scientist?

The only way to stop this crisis from spiraling out of control is for the world community to condemn the act, and demand a UN investigation and accountability for the perpetrators.

Who are the secret puppet-masters behind Trump’s war on Iran?

A shadowy group stoking U.S. hostility with Iran and the evidence that it is funded by Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

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Biden administration’s strict anti-migrant policies spark outcry

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Chicago sues Big Oil for climate deception and damages

Chicago is targeting industry giants such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP, Shell, ConocoPhillips, Phillips 66, and the American Petroleum Institute for their alleged long-term misinformation campaign.

Chaco Canyon’s future: a pledge for environmental justice and tribal rights

Amid environmental concerns and cultural significance, the Honoring Chaco Initiative aims to transform the Greater Chaco Landscape, but real progress remains in limbo.

Gaza: Grand bargain or wider war?

The United States can go big on diplomacy or on military destruction. Which way will Biden lean?