This article is posted on LGF by By KeyvanSalami
Senior U.S. and European government officials reiterate their hopes that Iran’s economic recovery and its rehabilitation into the global economy could help support last year’s nuclear deal and strengthen President Hassan Rouhani, whom they view as a moderate. Well, no court of justice scrutinizes anybody for his dreams, particularly when there is a great need for changing our world into a more peaceful and civilized one. The reality, nevertheless, does not always make our wishes come true. It is unfortunate that the glare of profitable business has made these officials commit a few miscalculations in their wish.
Many parliamentarians in the West express doubts if Tehran has done anything since last year’s nuclear agreement to reduce its support for terrorist groups in the Middle East. Iran has clearly remained a key supporter of Syrian dictator Bashar Al Assad.
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This article posred on Americab Thinkers – October 9 2016
By Shahriar Kia
October 10th will mark the 14th World Day Against Death Penalty, where people around the world will rally to support the abolition of executions. While we have reason to celebrate progress in seeing more countries abolish the death penalty in 2015, with 169 of the 193 member states of the UN having been execution-free in the past year, we also need to raise awareness and alarm in regions and countries where the state of human rights and the application of capital punishment has continued to deteriorate.
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Among the many foreign policy challenges that the next President of the United States will face, Iran will be a prominent one.
The regime in Tehran is known for its instigation of terrorism and strife across Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen. It has gained notorious fame for its violent meddling in the internal affairs of other countries, its support for the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in slaughtering more than 500,000 Syrians, and its track record of human rights violations against its own citizens, especially women and youth.
Continue reading The Next President Has a Serious Call to Make on Iran Policy