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Iran regime’s diplomatic hypocrisy

Iran regime’s diplomatic hypocrisy

By INU Staff

INU - Iranian diplomats are in overdrive, trying to demonize their adversaries and portray Iran as an innocent, peaceful victim in the current standoff in the Gulf. But the regime’s actions belie those proclamations.

To avoid another disaster Responding to Iran Regime is Vital

By Edward Carney

President Trump and his national security team have been taking considerable heat from the usual Trump-hating Democrats and many in the mainstream media over cautionary military deployments in response to recent intelligence with respect to Iran. National Security Adviser John Bolton in particular has been called out as looking for a war with Iran, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has fared little better.

Iran behind attacks on ships in Middle East

Iran behind attacks on ships in Middle East

By INU Staff

INU - Earlier this week, a U.S. official announced that the recent attacks carried out in the Middle East were ordered and organised by the Iranian government and the country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham  confirmed that senior members of the Trump administration had told senators that Iran was behind the attacks on a pipeline and ships in the region.

As Iran’s Provocations Grow, the White House Insists the Danger is Well-Managed

As Iran’s Provocations Grow, the White House Insists the Danger is Well-Managed

By Edward Carney

On Tuesday, the UK’s Express newspaper declared that concerns about the potential for war had increased further in the wake of Tehran’s announcement that Iranian production of low-enriched uranium had quadrupled soon after the one-year anniversary of US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Iran and five world powers have since kept the deal in force without American participation, but the Islamic Republic’s latest action could set the stage for it to join the US in pulling out. Express described the regime’s threats to that effect as “chilling,” but it is not clear that such threats convey an increased danger of war, especially in light of other recent developments.

Will there be a war or not between Iran and the United States?

Will there be a war or not between Iran and the United States?

By INU Staff

The Iranian regime has been under immense pressure from the United States in the past few months. It all came to a head at the beginning of the month when the situation escalated. The U.S. appeared to be taking a bold move in deploying military resources to the Gulf. The Trump administration explained that the United States had been threatened by Iran and it that was being prepared for any eventuality. It also warned Iran that it would face “unrelenting force”.

IRAN REGIME INCREASES TERRORISM AND CYBER ATTACKS

IRAN REGIME INCREASES TERRORISM AND CYBER ATTACKS

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran poses a very real threat to the world’s supply of oil — and after the new round of sanctions on May 8th, tensions between the US and Iran have reached a critical point. We must be prepared to slam any Iranian sponsored terrorism at a moment’s notice, including Iran’s growing cyber capabilities that threaten the United States or our allies in the region.

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