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The growing relationship between Iran and North Korea may prove to be the biggest threat to Donald Trump.As the US gets tough on the two rogue nations through the imposition of further sanctions and a more confrontational policy, it may well lead to a stronger relationship between the ‘axis of evil’.During his visit to South Korea, Trump urged the North Koreans to abandon their nuclear programme

London, 9 Nov - Two Iranian citizens remain in jail in the US and Australia while awaiting trial for breaching international sanctions by supplying echnology for use in weapon guidance systems to Iranian companies Fanavari Moj Khavar (Fana Moj) and its subsidiary, Rastafann Ertebat Engineering Company, from 2010-2012.In mid-October, these companies were placed on the US Treasury Department’s

 

NCRI - The consequences of the terrorist listings of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and the  Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) law and the new sanctions have led to the panic of the Iranian regime.The state-run Basirat site wrote on November 4: “A group of domestic and foreign media, after the announcement of the CAATSA,

BY  Dr. Majid Rafizadeh 

An overwhelming majority of Americans believe the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers is not a good deal and should be renegotiated, according to a poll this month. What is intriguing about the poll of 2,159 registered voters — conducted by Harris for CAPS, the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University — is its mix of demographics and political parties.

NCRI - The US has prevented the Iranian Regime from collaborating on a multibillion-dollar fusion experiment in France over fears that the Regime cannot be trusted.Although it has been expected for months that the Iranian Regime would be taking part in the ITER project in a limited capacity, the US has blockedthem through its seat on the governing council as Iran’s participation must be approved unanimously.

NCRI - Republican lawmakers are calling on the Trump administration to ensure that nuclear inspectors will be able to have unrestricted access to all potential nuclear sites in Iran at any time. This is one of the major failings of the 2015 nuclear agreement.During the negotiations, former President Obama promised: “Inspectors will also be able to access any suspicious location. Put simply,

 BY Ulysses Kamrani

President Donald Trump’s new Iran strategy marked an important strategic shift in the United States’ policy toward that country. The new measures proposed by the President, if fully implemented, will contain and decrease the Islamic Republic’s threat to U.S. interests in the region, including its allies, strategic partners and waterways crucial to global energy security.

BY: Adam Kredo

Tehran accuses U.S. of 18 violations of nuclear agreement

Washington Free Beacon, October 25, 2017 - Iran has taken steps in recent days to file what it claims are 18 instances in which America violated the landmark nuclear agreement, a move that could set the stage for Tehran to abandon the deal and lay blame on the Trump administration, according to regional reports and sources familiar with the matter.

National Security Adviser General H.R. McMaster is a longtime Army officer who gained national attention for a book that criticized the military's leadership and strategy in the Vietnam War.In 2005, he was recognized for leading one of the first successful counterinsurgency campaigns in Iraq, and later became an adviser to General David Petraeus. In February 2017,

NCRI - Republican Senators Bob Corker and Tom Cotton have drafted some legislation with regards to the Iran nuclear deal and Trump’s recent decertification of it. The legislation would impose tough terms on the nuclear deal and would ensure that sanctions are restored if Iran carries out any testing on a ballistic missile that has the capability of carrying a warhead. It would also ensure that sanctions are reimposed