If Iran Rejects a Valid Request for Inspections, Then the Nuclear Deal Is as They Say 'Merely a Dream'

This was a proper response to Iranian regime’s defiance of inspections of military sites, by Nikki Haley in her tweet, in the following article which appeared in ‘Forbes’ on September 2, 2017. Heshmat Alavi examines this issue.

Iran And The Nuclear Deal's Future

UN Nuclear Agency Says Can Inspect Military Sites

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano, the top U.N. official monitoring the Iranian regime’s nuclear program on Thursday rejected Tehran's claim that its military sites were off-limits to inspection, saying his agency needs access to all "relevant locations" if suspicions arise of possible hidden atomic activities, The Associated Press reported.

What Can Be Done to Stop Iran Regime's Belligerence?

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - President Trump has greatly criticised the Iran nuclear deal and it is easy to understand why. When we look at what has happened in the past two years, it is clear that nothing positive has come from it. Some say that it has slowed Iran’s progress towards being nuclear armed, but we do not know if this is true or not because inspections to nuclear sites are limited.

Rouhani Faces Great Challenges in His Second Term and He Will Fail at All of Them

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The second term of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani poses many challenges, such as the fate of the nuclear deal, how further US sanctions will affect the country, and ever-growing reolution from the people of Iran.

Analysing Iran's Latest Nuclear Threat

NCRI - On Tuesday, Iran warned that it would be able to enrich uranium in the space of only five days if it decided to withdraw from the 2015 nuclear deal it signed with major world powers including the United States.

Experts say that Iran would be able to develop a nuclear bomb in a matter of six months to a year.

Iran Regime Economic Expert: Failure of the Nuclear Agreement to Solve Economic Problems

NCRI - An Iranian economist regarding the U.S. Congressional resolution to strengthen the sanctions against the Iranian regime, said: “One of the largest banking systems is in the United States, which is capable of sanctioning even the Iranian domestic banks under the new agreements such as the FATF.”

Iran Regime: JCPOA for the Americans Means, Behaviour Change Leading to Regime Change

NCRI - A state-owned newspaper affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) exposed some of the Iranian regime’s worries about JCPOA impasse.

In an article titled “Americans Point of View on the nature and Spirit of JCPOA," the newspaper wrote on 15 August 2017: “Some media outlets and political news circles in the West predict the Trump administration is set to stay out of the nuclear deal. But what's important here is that the President of the United States intends to break up the deal and introduce Iran as a factor in the failure of JCPOA. This is a delicate point that the Foreign Minister of our country has explicitly drawn to public attention a while ago.”

Sham Resolution of Iran Regime Parliament to Confront the US Congressional Resolution

NCRI - On 13 August 2017, the Iranian regime's parliament in a panic and dramatic reaction show, adopted a new plan to confront the US sanctions against the regime.

The measure, on the one hand, reveals the fear and vulnerability of the religious fascism ruling Iran to the new U.S. sanctions, in particular the imposition of anti-terrorist sanctions against the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), and on the other hand, shows that all the gangs of this regime have a common interest both in suppression and violation of human rights as well as in export of terrorism and warmongering in the region and are unable to get away from it.

Iran: Companies Controlled by Khamenei Are Winner of JCPOA

NCRI - Iran state-run media reported that Ghadir Investment Company succeeded in signing an investment agreement with the Russia's Zarubazhnaft and the Turkey’s Unit International Companies.

According to Shana, Iran regime's Ministry of Oil news agency, based on an agreement signed in Moscow on Monday August 4, the three companies will invest in joint oil and gas projects inside and outside Iran.

Iran news in brief 2018

Regime Change in Iran: Onward to a Free Iran - Auvers-sur-Oise - January 19, 2018

Interview with Senator Robert Torricelli - France - Paris, January 19, 2018

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