Regions / Iran
His rule was a travesty of justice. And so was his demise.
The new Congress faces a stark choice: war with Iran or a regional peace deal involving Israel, Palestine, Iraq, and Syria.
The Bush administration and its supporters in Congress are lying about an Iranian "threat."
Common sense says that Washington wont attack Tehran. But columnist Michael Klare questions whether common sense is guiding Bush administration policy.
Washington's uncompromising tactics with both Tehran and Pyongyang have failed to achieve anything but the most radioactive results.
Is Washington planning to attack Iran or just bluffing? Columnist Frida Berrigan reads between the lines of the latest U.S. preparations.
While September was a hopeful month for those interested in the de-escalation of tensions between the Unites States and Iran, neither country has yet developed the desire or will to resolve the outstanding issues that exist between them.
The Nobel Women's Initiative is trying to reduce the risk of war with Iran.
If the U.S. attacks Iran - with nuclear or "conventional" bombs - it is virtually certain that Iranian retaliation will be swift and lethal.
Nuclear proliferation can at best only be slowed down through a process of sanctions and double standards. The use of force shall serve to make other states believe that if only they had the bomb they would be safe. This way leads to catastrophe. The alternative, non-proliferation by cooperation and consent, cannot succeed as long as the United States is insistent on retaining and improving its nuclear arsenal and allowing its allies to have these weapons.