Category: Iran

Anti-Trump Anxiety Ignores History

Given the track record of U.S. authoritarianism, Nat Parry says it’s not surprising that Democrats’ calls for resisting the incoming Trump dictatorship ring hollow for many Americans.  

Israel Has a Choice

A military that initiated a conflict with an extreme act of aggression obviously has a choice about whether to escalate, writes Caitlin Johnstone.

Scott Ritter: The Missiles of April

The “Missiles of April” represent a sea-change moment in Middle Eastern geopolitics — the establishment of Iranian deterrence that impacts both Israel and the United States.