The West Should Focus on the People of Iran’s Desire for Regime Change

Armin Baldwin 22 May 2018

by Armin Baldwin
Before US President Trump announced America’s withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Europe’s leaders urged a change in course.

Many policymakers believed that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), more commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, would resolve issues in the region. It now appears that this was not the case.

Vice President Pence Talks Foreign Policy in the Middle East

Armin Baldwin 25 January 2018

by Armin Baldwin

The changes in the Trump administration’s Middle East policy during its first year is proven by Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Egypt, Jordan, and Israel.

The 2017 changes include this administration’s endeavors to destroy the ISIS caliphate, combat international terrorism, reverse appeasement policies on Iran, and end its pursuit of regional hegemony — as well as its efforts to establish an Arab-Israeli peace process.

Iran Nuclear Deal: President Trump Gives One Last Chance to Other Signatories

Editor 16 January 2018

Staff writer, SF

Last week, President Trump made a decision about the future of the Iran nuclear deal. He issued one last waiver on several of the Iran nuclear sanctions and made it clear that this is the last opportunity he is giving the other signatories of the deal to come up with a solution regarding the major flaws in the nuclear deal.

U.S President's Contribution to the Cause of the Iranian People

Armin Baldwin 15 January 2018

by Armin Baldwin

Despite the controversy President Donald Trump finds himself mixed up in, usually because of some careless comment he has made, he has actually done some good for the people of Iran. From before taking office, Trump has made it very clear that the Iranian regime is dangerous and does not have a place in the international community. He criticised it for its belligerence and its meddling in the affairs of other countries. He described the Iranian regime as a huge threat to the United States and said that the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, agreed by his predecessor’s administration, was the “worst” deal that has ever been negotiated.

The US and EU Are Split Over Whether to Condemn Iran Regime

Editor 11 January 2018

Staff writer, SF

It is no secret that Donald Trump does not see eye to eye with most European leaders and this is especially true with regard to the Iranian Nuclear Deal, but why?

When Trump came into office, he wanted to reign in expanding Iranian influence in the Middle East and he thought he’d found the perfect tool for political pressure: the Iran nuclear deal.

US Lawmakers Overwhelmingly Welcome Supporting Anti-Government Protesters in Iran

Editor 10 January 2018

Staff writer, SF

At the beginning of the week, lawmakers voted positively to backing the people of Iran who are taking part in anti-government protests and demonstrations across the whole country. This is crucial for the people of Iran who were lacking international support in 2009 when another major uprising against the government was taking place.

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