Britain Acknowledges Its 70s Arms Deal Debt to Tehran. But What Now in Vienna?

Britain Acknowledges Its 70s Arms Deal Debt to Tehran. But What Now in Vienna?

We are fooling ourselves if we believe the West’s take that America and Britain have the upper hand with Iran and that Tehran needs to get in line. The UK’s new foreign minister has dropped a bombshell over a debt which the UK government should pay back to Tehran, which would no doubt mean the…

Biden Under New Pressure to Drop Trump’s Iran Sanctions

Biden Under New Pressure to Drop Trump’s Iran Sanctions

The Gulf Arab states are now desperate to get the Iran deal back, fearing that Iran’s overtures are left unchecked and will only get worse. Just how “special” is the so-called special relationship between oil-rich Gulf Arab states and Washington? One could argue, since Joe Biden became President, that relations have hit an all time…

The EU Becomes a Useful Idiot Once Again for Iran and Washington

The EU Becomes a Useful Idiot Once Again for Iran and Washington

For Iran to turn to the EU, once again, as a main partner in negotiating a future deal with the West, we should not expect too much any time soon. Something odd is happening with Iran’s troubled relationship with Washington. Remarkably, the EU seems to be playing a useful role as a scapegoat. Both Washington…

Iran’s Future Is Looking Dark

Iran’s Future Is Looking Dark

Washington considers that Iran is and always will be hostile to the U.S. and there is no indication whatever of desire to initiate discussions The UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Lebanon, Najat Rochdi, is concerned about the crisis in the country and reports that “Extreme poverty rose threefold during the past two years. More and more…