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Questions Grow Regarding Escalation between Iran and the US

By Mahmoud Hakamian

On Wednesday, the acting secretary of the US Department of Defense, Patrick Shanahan, joined Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman General Joseph Dunford in providing the first public comments regarding intelligence that was recently cited to explain the deployment of a US aircraft carrier strike group and a bomber task for to the Persian Gulf.

On Anniversary of US Withdrawal from Nuclear Deal, Tehran Threatens its Future

By Edward Carney

Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump announcing American withdrawal from the nuclear deal that had been negotiated with Iran in 2015 by his predecessor’s administration. Both the US and the Iranian regime used that occasion as an opportunity for further steps in their ongoing, mutual escalation over the Iranian nuclear program, the regime’s regional role, and the US-led economic pressure that is intended to address such issues.

Trump’s policy towards Iran – why it differs so much to his predecessor

By INU Staff

INU - A world power like the United States needs to make sure that it can defend itself as well as it claims it can. That is why carrier groups are regularly deployed to deal with crises or simply just to train. It is essential that it looks, and indeed is prepared for anything that comes its way and to not be too preoccupied with one issue.

US deploys force to Middle East to counter Iran regime threat

By INU Staff

INU - The US has deployed forces to the Middle East in response to potential attacks on American troops in the region, following threats from the Iranian regime.

Iran Regime: The Paper Tiger

By Dr Salem Al Ketbi

The Iranian regime’s reactions to the harshest sanctions it has to face are both ironic and deplorable. The statements made by Iran’s political and military leaders revealed a great deal of confusion. In response to the implementation of the “zero export” strategy for Iranian oil, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said that the sanctions would not go unanswered.

What is happening with the sanctions on Iran?

By INU Staff

INU - The US sanctions waiver for countries buying Iranian oil ended today, which is another big step towards the Trump administration’s goal of getting Iran’s oil exports to zero. Now, any country importing Iranian oil will face sanctions and possibly criminal charges for aiding a terror group. Here’s what you need to know.

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