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Anti-Iran maximum pressure policy won’t work for Trump

BY JAWAD ZARIF Here is the full text of the interview of top diplomat Zarif and National Interest Editor Jacob Heilbrunn, which was held in New York on Friday and is republished from the National Interests website: With the American shooting down of an Iranian drone in the Strait of …

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Yemen Has Been a Saudi Prince’s War. Now It’s His Quagmire.

By David D. Kirkpatrick From the beginning of Saudi Arabia’s intervention in Yemen, it was Prince Mohammed’s war. Prince Mohammed bin Salman, then 29 and in his third month as defense minister, was shown in official photographs surrounded by generals, poring over maps, inspecting a helicopter and even wearing a …

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Has Trump fulfilled his campaign promises?

By: Morteza Khansari Donald Trump’s foreign policies and security strategies have been recently called into question, even by the White House staff and the Congress. Since Trump took the office, averagely, at least one person from the administrative office of the White House got fired every month, and some of …

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Trump has overplayed his hand with Iran

By Massoumeh Torfeh US President Donald Trump has taken several aggressive actions that Iran has all but absorbed. Now, he’s left with few options aside from a military strike, which he says he doesn’t want. So what now? With three US warships operating in the Persian Gulf and a “maximum …

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Hamza Yusuf may be the token Muslim Trump’s administration needs

BY THOMAS PARKER Can the esteemed scholar be trusted to speak truth to power, and should the public intellectual be held accountable to a higher standard? Mike Pompeo, United States Secretary of State, announced the formation of the Commission on Unalienable Rights this Monday. The 10-member panel chosen by the …

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The costs of Israeli occupation

By Mahmoud ElKhafif No “Deal of the Century” is possible without a full and comprehensive assessment of the economic and financial toll of Israel’s decades-long occupation of Palestinian territories. Long decades of arbitrary Israeli policies have inflicted enormous economic costs on the Palestinian people. Since the first moments of the …

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Why force Iran to go nuclear when there’s a peaceful option?

By:Hossein Askari Let’s start by stating the obvious. The world does not need more nuclear powers beyond the far too many it already has — China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom. The Middle East does not need other countries — Iran, …

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Bin Salman, Bin Zayed’s honey moon is over

Translated from Noornews Although during the past year some security sources have reported the intensification of the “Al Saud” and “Al-Nahyan” disputes over the Yemeni war and their methods of dividing responsibilities in this cruel aggression, but few ones thought that the scope of this dispute would included the privacy …

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