Tagged with "North Korea and Iran"
  • Arak

    The threat is still Iran

    Iran is playing games over its nuclear deal and President Trump is right to voice concerns. It is almost certain that Iran will continue its quest for a nuclear bomb. This has brought Israel closer to the Arab countries. It is now time for America and Europe to get much tougher with Iran

    by Michael Curtis - 19 September 2017
  • Kim_jong-un

    America must play global hegemon against North Korea

    President Trump has recognized North Korea is an enemy of the most dangerous kind. But he is so far unwilling to state overtly that the US response means military action. At some point, the US national interest will mean America has to start acting as the global hegemon

    by Michael Curtis -  1 May 2017
  • Mahmoud-ahmadinejad-ap-copy

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: The alarming comedian

    All the world's a stage, and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is renowned for his foolish role on it, that of the frightening would-be comedian whose comments have been priceless for an imbecility which has extended to the Holocaust, HIV, and even the clouds. Now he wants to run again for Iranian president. The world should stop laughing. The man, like his country, is dangerous

    by Michael Curtis - 14 April 2017
  • Venezuela-poverty-and-misery-index

    Venezuela, Cuba, N. Korea, and circles of statist hell

    Venezuela is spiralling into the fires of hell. Cuba and North Korea have been there for a long time. Lessons from the former Soviet bloc show the path to freedom and prosperity is paved with effective property rights, low taxes, and free markets

    by Daniel J. Mitchell -  6 April 2017
  • Iran_missiles

    Never underestimate the threat from Iran

    President Trump is right to put Iran "on notice". The Islamic Republic is an appalling regime which represents a clear danger to the region and the wider world. We must never underestimate the threat it poses

    by Michael Curtis -  6 February 2017
  • Obama_and_iran

    Iran's fabricated polls in America, and gullible Obama

    The naivety of Barack Obama over Iran is driven by breathtaking gullibility. Fabricated opinion polls about the views of ordinary Iranians are taken at face value. The end of this administration can't come soon enough

    by Potkin Azarmehr - 23 April 2016
  • Iran_elections

    Intellectual poverty and ineptness of Iran's "reformists"

    Don't be fooled by naive and politically correct reporting on Iran from the West. The so called "moderates" include murderers and paedophiles. The media should be ashamed of itself

    by Potkin Azarmehr -  2 March 2016
  • Rouhani

    Obama and the diplomacy of appeasement with Iran

    New details have emerged out of Iran of the sheer depths to which the Obama administration was prepared to sink in order to secure the nuclear deal. Obama's diplomacy of appeasement takes one's breath away

    by Potkin Azarmehr - 18 February 2016
  • Part-nic-nic6449229-1-1-0

    The JCPOA and the Supreme Leader’s masterful politics

    The way in which Iran's Supreme Leader got the nuclear deal through domestically has high comedic value, which is more than can be said for the deal itself which isn't funny at all

    by Potkin Azarmehr - 19 October 2015
  • Iranian_mullahs

    The Iran deal will bring grave danger

    The nuclear deal will lead to danger for Israel and to the wider West. With the withdrawal of sanctions in the near future Iran will continue to escalate its belligerence, funding, and its support of terrorist activities. No one can say that the US Senators have not been forewarned about the danger ahead

    by Michael Curtis -  8 September 2015
  • Obama_waving

    Surviving the Obama presidency and the Iranian bomb

    Incredibly, Obama’s Iran deal arguably obligates the U.S. to help Iran protect its nuclear program from an Israeli attack. The Islamic Republic couldn’t have a greater ally in the White House

    by Noah Beck - 27 August 2015
  • Iran_nuclear_deal

    Iranian nukes: a bad deal we'd be foolish to reject?

    For sceptics, there is a depressing logic to the Iran nuclear deal. If it is trashed by Congress on the grounds Iran will not mend its ways, Iran will probably push harder for nukes, and sanctions will go anyway. It's a bad deal that we've got to accept, however reluctantly

    by Robin Mitchinson - 23 August 2015
  • North_korea_weapons

    How North Korea made the disastrous Iran deal inevitable

    By any account, the Vienna negotiations were an unqualified success for Iran. The reason for that is simple: America’s failed bipartisan North Korean policy set a model for would-be proliferators on how to negotiate one’s way to a nuclear weapon

    by Michael Auslin - 10 August 2015
  • Chamberlain_munich

    The Iran deal: It's Munich all over again

    In Western diplomacy’s darkest chapter since the Munich agreement, the Iran deal legitimises Iran as a nuclear threshold state and strengthens a regime committed to murdering, terrorising and Islamising its opponents. Hard to see how this deal could be any more foolish or reckless

    by Jeremy Havardi - 16 July 2015
  • Nuclear_explosion

    Iran deal: Obama's global multiculturalism gone mad

    It's official. The Iran deal proves beyond doubt that Obama's central foreign policy ambition is to leave the world a more dangerous place than he found it. It is global multiculturalism gone mad

    by the commentator - 15 July 2015


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