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John Bolton Discusses Iran’s Nuclear Program

Introduction Ambassador John Bolton is currently serving as the 27th United States National Security Advisor. Previously, Bolton served as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations from August 2005 to December 2006, and is a former senior fellow at the...

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Prisoner Swap? Hey IRGC, Go Flood Yourself!

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, in New York for a meeting at the United Nations has invited President Trump to swap prisoners. Secretary Pompeo announced earlier this week that the U.S. will not allow further exemptions for its trade partners like South...

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North Korea cozies up to Russia. But Why?

Mere weeks after Kim Jung Un and U.S. President Donald Trump met in Hanoi, the North Korean leader is now making a play to gain Russian support and influence, no doubt to ease the effects of economic sanctions felt by his [Kim Jung Un’s] country, while also...

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Building Bridges in Energy Not Divorce

The Great Migration of Oil Wealth to Green Energy Manufacturers in the US The Green New Deal offers a giant divorce settlement between the U.S. and its oil and gas industries with financial damages being spent on the environment. This will lower temperatures by 2°C....

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Democrats Demand Redacted Version of Mueller Report

  “No evidence of collusion between the Trump Campaign and the Russian government” -ATTORNEY GENERAL WILLIAM BARR April 18, 2019 The two-year saga known as ‘The Mueller Report’ has come to a disappointing, albeit predictable end for Democrats on the morning of...

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US Mexico Border Closure

Human Trafficking Increasing in Caravans With another weaponized migrant caravan set to arrive on the US Mexico border inducing a cascading crisis, President Trump’s administration is set to close the border as Mexico abandons its obligations to the US. The...

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Building Bridges in Energy Not Divorce

The Great Migration of Oil Wealth to Green Energy Manufacturers in the US The Green New Deal offers a giant divorce settlement between the U.S. and its oil and gas industries with financial damages being spent on the environment. This will lower temperatures by 2°C....

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Blackmail Settlements Could Lead to a Shakedown

Class Action Lawsuits Under Judgement at the Supreme Court The Supreme Court is scheduled to accept a case decided differently between the Fifth and Sixth Circuit Courts on what qualifies as a class action lawsuit in which law firms can file class action lawsuits...

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Prisoner Swap? Hey IRGC, Go Flood Yourself!

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, in New York for a meeting at the United Nations has invited President Trump to swap prisoners. Secretary Pompeo announced earlier this week that the U.S. will not allow further exemptions for its trade partners like South...

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Ceasefire in Gaza Not Likely to Last

After some 500 rockets were sent into Israel by Hamas and other Palestinian factions, a cease-fire was reached with critics on both sides already gathering in protest. Protests this year have already claimed over 200 Palestinian protesters of the blockade on Gaza. 500...

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Prisoner Swap? Hey IRGC, Go Flood Yourself!

Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, in New York for a meeting at the United Nations has invited President Trump to swap prisoners. Secretary Pompeo announced earlier this week that the U.S. will not allow further exemptions for its trade partners like South...

read more

North Korea cozies up to Russia. But Why?

Mere weeks after Kim Jung Un and U.S. President Donald Trump met in Hanoi, the North Korean leader is now making a play to gain Russian support and influence, no doubt to ease the effects of economic sanctions felt by his [Kim Jung Un’s] country, while also...

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Midterm Election Abuse Looks like Bolshevism

The Russians called it, “sabotage.” In communist Russia, saboteurs were executed in purges eliminating threats to their Soviet ideology and totalitarian way of life, and they were most fearful of saboteurs because of the means they themselves used to take control. The...

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Sudan, A Masterpiece of Chaos

Raped; burned; run over by armored vehicles; hung from trees- Sudan is suffering the legacies of the Civil War (1983-2005) and the failures of postwar Disarmament Demobilization Reintegration (DDR). “The South Sudanese military, known as the SPLA, together with allied...

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John Bolton Discusses Iran’s Nuclear Program

Introduction Ambassador John Bolton is currently serving as the 27th United States National Security Advisor. Previously, Bolton served as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations from August 2005 to December 2006, and is a former senior fellow at the...

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Archival Institute Interviews Arang Keshavarzian

Introduction Arang Keshavarzian is an Associate Professor Middle Eastern Studies at NYU.  His focus is on modern Iran and the Persian Gulf, although he has studied, conducted research, and taught in several other countries in the Middle East and North Africa,...

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Archival Institute Interviews Hadi Enayat

Introduction Hadi Enayat is a political sociologist whose main interests are in the areas of religion and international relations, the sociology of law and secularism studies. He has written Law, State and Society in Modern Iran: Constitutionalism, Autocracy and...

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Archival Institute Interviews Clare Lopez

Introduction to Clare Lopez Clare M. Lopez is a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on Middle East, national defense, WMD, and counterterrorism issues. Specific areas of expertise include Islam and Iran. Lopez began her career as an operations...

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Interview with Elise Auerbach

Introduction to Elise Auerbach Elise Auerbach is the Iran country specialist for Amnesty International USA (AIUSA). Since 1995 she has been an active member of AIUSA’s Middle East Coordination Group, which monitors the work done by Amnesty International USA in the...

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Iran: The Third Path

The Islamic Republic of Iran has become one of the dominant military powers in the Middle East active in many international conflicts and a constant threat to regional stability. Learn about the revolutions and social movements that make up the turbulent history of modern Iran. Explore the world of the ancient Persian Empire, the establishment of Shia Islam in Iran, and experience the moving events of the 20th century to present day in this powerful documentary series years in the making.

Path to Freedom

In the oppressive grip of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, protesters in the streets of Iran call for the end of the Islamic Republic and the return to the peace and progress of the last ruling dynasty. Get to know the people of Iran today, what they are fighting for, and why foreign help may be needed to throw off the yoke of Iran’s duplicate military powers used to suppress its own population.

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Experience the rise and fall of the Soviet Empire through the life and work of Grisha Bruskin. Born to a Jewish family in Moscow at the end of WWII, Bruskin rose to fame as an intellectual and artist in an underground social movement that questioned the Soviet way of life beneath the radar of the ruling elite. His work exposes the undocumented history of what became known as, “the Soviet situation,” and expresses the sentiments of generations lost to communist rule.

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