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IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL - MORE QUESTIONS - A VIEW FROM RUSSIA

By Dean Rogeness

 This is a follow up to my April 1 posting on the possible Iranian nuclear weapons posting agreement.

Russia is one of the group of six nations negotiating with Iran to limit Iranian nuclear weapon capability. 1,044 more words

US-Iran Nuclear Deal is a Good Thing

I view the framework of the nuclear agreement between the presidents of the United States and Iran as a very positive beginning.  Getting two enemies talking is always better than rattling sabers.  515 more words

Government

John Kerry: A critical deal with Iran, but more work to be done

Boston Globe: ON THURSDAY, the United States, Iran, and our negotiating partners from the UN Security Council and European Union agreed on the parameters of a plan that, if finalized and implemented, will prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. 126 more words

International Relations

Iran hardliners accuse foreign minister Zarif of falling into a 'trap' over nuclear deal

Critics take aim at Mohammad Javad Zarif’s negotiating strategy, accusing him of implicitly conceding that Iran’s nuclear ambitions threaten world peace

 

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, is being denounced by conservatives in his country’s parliament Photo: EPA… 499 more words

Charles Krauthammer: The fatal flaw in the Iran deal

Washington Post: A sunset clause?

The news from the nuclear talks with Iran was already troubling. Iran was being granted the “right to enrich.” It would be allowed to retain and spin thousands of centrifuges. 102 more words

International Relations

PressTV: IAEA report verifies Iran transparency: IAEA envoy

Fri Feb 20, 2015 8:53PM

Iran’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says the agency’s leaked report verifies Tehran’s “full transparency” in its nuclear program. 408 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

this pressed: Ask All Your Questions About Computer Crime And Digital Warfare

Kim Zetter is here to answer all of your questions about computer crimes and security, Stuxnet and digital warfare, online surveillance and privacy, and how living online is changing the world. 176 more words