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Sides in “Cold War II” Are Highly Uneven

Irancove @ July 30, 2007 # One Comment

In a recent article in the Washington Post, Robin Wright, author of several books on Iran, describes a new Cold War forming between the United States and its allies against the ascendant Shiite, Persian Iran. Wright cites the removal of Iran’s long time rivals, The Baath Party in Iraq and Taliban in Afghanistan; support for […]

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New Bill Seeks Congressional Approval for Preemptive Attack on Iran

Irancove @ July 30, 2007 # One Comment

The National Iranian-American Council reports on a new bill introduced by Representative Mark Udall (D-CO), which attempts to restore balance to the president’s unchecked war-making ability. Currently, the president would not require congressional approval to declare war on Iran. The bill states that “no funds appropriated or otherwise made available by any act…may be obligated […]

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