U.S. Interests and the Unsustainable Status Quo in Iraq

By Michael Knights Source: The Washington Institute   The unprecedented protests in Iraq underline the reality that Iraq is slowly

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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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Former Iranian militant regrets role in 1979 Iran hostage crisis

By Isabel Vincent Source: New York Post A former Iranian revolutionary who led the 1979 attack against the US Embassy in

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Dr. Pedram Roushan, from going to underground schools in Iran to Google’s quantum processor

By The Free Iranian Staff On Wednesday, October 23rd, Google announced that, it has reached a milestone in computer research

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Islamist totalitarianism, from Khomeini to Erdogan

By Zaman Feyli   Recep Tayyip Erdogan sent the Turkish army to Syria as “Operation Peace Spring”, while this is

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Tehran’s officials handing over more of Iran’s territory to Russia

Source: RadioFarda Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law ratifying the controversial Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian

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Iranian-born Australian journalist, Rita Panahi: Iran’s regime ‘rotten to the core’

Source: SkyNews   Sky News host Rita Panahi has warned that Iran is “no place for a tourist” after the

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Israel asks UK to designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guards a terror organization

Meeting with top British diplomat after IDF struck in Syria to thwart drone attack allegedly ordered by IRGC head, Foreign

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Maryam Irandoost: Fighting for women’s football in Iran

Maryam Irandoost has vision and a strong will. The coach of Iran’s women’s national team continues to work tirelessly in

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Don’t Wait for a Second Iran Deal; Make a Deal with the Iranian People!

  By Cyrus S. Shahrezazi Source: Apadana Chronicle   Since the 1979 revolution, the United States has spent trillions of

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