All posts tagged "Iran"
United Nations Criticizes U.S. Over These Human Rights Issues
The United States isn't immune when it comes to human rights criticism.
A Castle Made of Sand? The Iranian Nuclear Deal Moves Forward
After extensive negotiations, an Iranian Nuclear Deal has been made. Will it end up being successful?
The U.S. Government: A House Divided on Foreign Policy
The Iran letter and Netanyahu's Congressional invitation is nothing new. Check out the history of foreign policy dissension.
Hey Senate Republicans: Iran Negotiations Involve Other Countries
The letter that Senate republicans sent to Iran was an extraordinarily dumb and short-sighted move.
Netanyahu’s Speech Shows Israel Isn’t Always a Bipartisan Issue
Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke to Congress today but many Democratic reps sat it out, proving that Israel isn't...
Saudi Arabia: Succession in the Chaos
There's a new monarch in Saudi Arabia, but what new challenges will he face?
Former CIA Employee Jeffrey Sterling Found Guilty of Leaking Information
Former CIA employee Jeffrey Sterling was convicted on Monday of espionage charges.
Middle East Politics: What Issues are Affecting the Region?
Politics in the Middle East have been turbulent. Here are some of the major issues plaguing the region....
Reyhaneh Jabbari: Another Victim of Iran’s Harsh Death Penalty
The Iranian government executed a woman on Saturday for murdering a man who she said attempted to sexually...
Iranian Nuclear Talks: Final Deadline Looming
Iran and the major world powers (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China, and Germany) have...
The Thin Line
When is a line more than just a connection between two points? A line, a border, can limit...