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Can Iran Trust the United States?
Posted: Wednesday, October 2, 2013

'The End of Global Privacy': Greenwald Talks NSA
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Feinstein Eyes Resolution That Avoids Real Change

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If a country with a large but undeclared nuclear arsenal threatens war against a country without a single nuclear bomb, you might think that a serious news organization would note the existing nuclear arsenal at least in passing. But if the country doing the threatening is Israel and the country being threatened is Iran, the New York Times can't seem to find space to mention Israel's rogue nuclear weapons.

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Shifts in Iranian foreign policy announced by recently elected President Rouhani are yet to take concrete shape. After a flurry of international attention, the president is now focusing on a domestic audience.

Can Iran Trust the United States?
People ask whether the United States can trust Iran. The better question is whether Iran can trust the United States.

Iranian politics spurred Zarif 'flip flop' charge
A senior US official on Tuesday said domestic politics in Iran were behind a charge by Tehran that Washington had flip-flopped on pursuing diplomacy to end a nuclear standoff.

Netanyahu's UN speech: Sounds like a sociopath?
Iranian missiles will hit New York in "three to four years". A nuclear Iran is like "50 North Koreas". This could be the sound of a deranged, dangerous sociopath, or this could be the sound of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu addressing the UN General Assembly.

Al-Qaida spokesman criticizes rival Syrian rebels

Syria the newest magnet for self-styled jihadists

Gen. Dempsey: US Will Create Moderate Syrian Security Forces
Insists US Has 'Incredible Experience' at Building Police Forces

1,271 Killed: Iraq's September Toll Shows Violence Still on the Rise
Nearly Threefold Increase From Last Year's Toll

Are U.S. Soldiers Really This Dumb?

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