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White House Confident in its Ability to Deter Iranian Threats

White House Confident in its Ability to Deter Iranian Threats

By Edward Carney

Escalating tensions between the United States of America and the Islamic Republic of Iran were prominently featured in global media on Monday, after White House National Security Advisor John Bolton issued a statement the prior evening, announcing the deployment of an aircraft carrier group to the waters of the Middle East. Details of the deployment were sparse, but Bolton identified the destination as the area of operations for the US Navy’s Central Command, which is based on Bahrain and is responsible for managing threats from the Red Sea to the Persian Gulf.

The IRGC and Catching the Mullahs off Guard

The IRGC and Catching the Mullahs off Guard

By Dr Salem Al Ketbi

The Iranian mullahs have no other project than the sectarianist, expansionist plans of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) that have brought chaos and turmoil to the Middle East.

Considering that the military arm of the mullahs’ regime is the IRGC, and not the Iranian army, the major powers have long refrained from tackling the threats of these reckless militias.

Doubts about “Maximum Pressure” May Threaten Anti-Iran Alliance

Doubts about “Maximum Pressure” May Threaten Anti-Iran Alliance

By Edward Carney

On Thursday, the White House’s strategy of exerting pressure on the Islamic Republic of Iran through regional partnerships faced a new obstacle when it was reported that the Egyptian government had pulled out of an emerging alliance of Middle Eastern nations, a major focus of which is curtailing Iranian influence and imperialism. The prospective coalition, known formally as the Middle East Strategic Alliance and informally as an “Arab NATO” is to be coordinated by the United States in partnership with Saudi Arabia, with the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, and Jordan all serving as members.

Iranian Digital Networks That Intervene in Arab Countries Revealed by Oxford Study

Iranian Digital Networks That Intervene in Arab Countries Revealed by Oxford Study

By INU Staff

INU- According to a study entitled, titled “Iranian Digital Interference in the Arab World,” that was published by Oxford University, Iran uses a network of websites, which are registered with "false" data, to spread its digital propaganda in the Arab world. The network’s primary target is Saudi Arabia. The study was prepared by three researchers from the Project on Computational Propaganda (COMPROP) based at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

Iraq should boot out mullahs not US

Iraq should boot out mullahs not US

By INU Staff

INU- Earlier this month, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani visited Iraq, seeking to secure an Iran-Iraq alliance that would display Iran’s power in the region, but the way that they are seeking to undermine US policy is through the use of local Shiite paramilitary groups, at least one of which has been sanctioned by the US Treasury Department.

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