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Iranian regime can’t afford to provoke the people

Iranian regime can’t afford to provoke the people

By INU Staff

The Iranian regime is currently dealing with a great number of hurdles. It is under massive economic pressure that is affecting the regime’s ability to fund the activities that its survival relies upon. And it is also under an immense amount of domestic pressure as the people have made it very clear that they will not accept the regime’s mismanagement, its corruption, its meddling abroad and its complete denial of human rights and democracy.

Turkey complies with U.S. regarding imports of Iranian oil

Turkey complies with U.S. regarding imports of Iranian oil

By INU Staff

INU - Last year, the U.S. State Department announced that it would be expecting all foreign countries to reduce their imports of Iranian oil to zero. Despite initially saying that waivers would not be granted, a handful of countries were allowed to continue importing Iran’s oil, albeit with strict restrictions with the view of gradually decreasing volumes.

Iran: Will regime negotiate with the United States or not?

Iran: Will regime negotiate with the United States or not?

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian regime is being put under a great deal of pressure – in particular by the United States. Oil sanctions are having a major impact on the regime and it is now threatening to pull out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) if the remaining signatories do not take measure to compensate for U.S. sanctions.

Who are running “echo chamber “to aid Iran regime again

Who are running “echo chamber “to aid Iran regime again

By INU Staff

On May 5th, John Bolton announced that in response to intelligence regarding a possible Iranian attack, the Abraham Lincoln carrier group would be deployed to the Persian Gulf.
In the meantime, the media broadcasts pleas for the US to show restraint, pursue diplomacy, and rein Bolton in, before he starts a war.

Tensions Still Escalating with the US, but Explicit Threats Come from Iran Alone

Tensions Still Escalating with the US, but Explicit Threats Come from Iran Alone

By Edward Carney

On Thursday, the New York Times published an article summarizing “how the US is reacting to what it sees as a threat from Iran.” That reaction began in earnest the previous week, when White House National Security Advisor John Bolton announced that a US Navy aircraft carrier group would be deployed earlier than expected to the Persian Gulf, for the purpose of deterring Iranian threats. Bolton also announced that a bomber task force would be deployed to the region, and he noted that these moves were being made in response to credible intelligence regarding apparent preparations by Iranian forces and regional proxies upon US assets and allies, both on land and at sea.

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