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Gareth Porter: Iran Offers Scaled-Back Nuke Program

To seal a deal with world powers, Iran has agreed to structure its nuclear enrichment in ways only useful for generating electricity, but that still might not satisfy U.S. negotiators, writes Gareth Porter from Tehran for Inter Press Service. By Gareth Porter  ConsortiumNews.com  June 13, 2014 Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has revealed for the first time More

William O. Beeman: Does Iran Have the Right to Enrich Uranium? The Answer Is Yes

Iran claims that it has the inalienable right to enrich uranium as guaranteed in the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) to which it is a signatory.    By William O. Beeman  10/31/2013  HuffingtonPost.com Now that serious talks with Iran over its nuclear program are underway, one seemingly insurmountable issue is whether Iran has the right to More

Seymour Hersh> Propaganda Used Ahead of Iraq War Now Being Reused Over Iran’s Nuke Program

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVyNk5S4SHg&w=560&h=315] November 21, 2011    Democracy Now While the United States, Britain and Canada are planning to announce a coordinated set of sanctions against Iran's oil and petrochemical industry today, longtime investigative journalist Seymour Hersh questions the growing consensus on Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program. International pressure has been mounting on Iran since the More

Seeing Mushroom Clouds Again, by Polly Mann

Seeing Mushroom Clouds Again By Polly Mann   WAMM Newsletter   July/August 2011 Washington and a compliant media appear to be having visions again, seeing things that others in the world cannot. The six-page article appearing in the June 6 edition of The New Yorker, “Iran and the Bomb,” by eminent journalist Seymour Hersh, has More

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