Behrouz Boochani, voice of Manus Island refugees, is free in New Zealand

Kurdish Iranian refugee and journalist – a multiple award-winner for documenting life in Australia’s offshore detention system – has left

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The Khomeiniist Regime is Losing the Middle East, no Matter How Hard Its Apologists Claim Otherwise

By The Free Iranian Staff On November 7th, Dr. John Chipman, the Director-General of a United Kingdom-based think tank, International

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Exclusive: Revolt in Iraq Reveals Divisions in Tehran, Najaf

By Amir Taheri Source: Asharq Al-Awsat “Popular uprising” or “Zionist conspiracy”? These are the two labels dominating the analysis of

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40 years after launching hostage crisis, Iran less trustworthy than ever

By Jonathan S. Tobin Source: New York Post For Americans old enough to remember it, the images from the Iranian hostage crisis

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A Game of All Losers in Syria

By Amir Taheri Source: Asharq Al Awsat While a “will-they won’t-they” speculation regarding a possible Turkish invasion of Syria continues,

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When Negotiation Is Impossible and War Is Unnecessary

By Amir Taheri Source: Asharq Al-Awsat Will the attacks on Saudi oil installations last week upset the status quo that

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Team Iran

How Iran makes war in the Middle East while turning U.S. foreign policy into an extension of partisan American politics

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Mike Pompeo Just Ended Any Hopes for Iranian Oil

The chances of the U.S. easing sanctions fell to zero after the secretary of state blamed Tehran for the attack

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Yes, Iran Was Behind the Saudi Oil Attack. Now What?

This latest escalation is yet another reason the U.S. should not pursue talks with the regime. By Eli Lake Source:

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A day late and a dollar short: an Obama administration member’s 20/20 hindsight

Samantha Power: Iran deal backers went soft on human rights by Joel Gehrke Source: The Washington Examiner Supporters of the 2015

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