Friday, September 17, 2021

OPINION

Censuring Iran Over Nuclear Activities Carries Less Risk Than Refusing To Do So

  By: Alejo Vidal-Quadras The International Atomic Energy Agency has struck another temporary deal with Iran and the international community remains stubbornly resistant to acknowledging just...

UN Report Reinforces Activists Call for Europe to Take Action on Iran’s 1988 Massacre

  By Alejo Vidal-Quadras This week United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres presented a report to the UN General Assembly regarding the situation of human rights in...

Iran’s New President, Cabinet Should Face Consequences for Wide-Ranging Malign Acts

By Dr. Sofey Saidi The entire international community should be deeply concerned about Iran’s newly-formed presidential administration. That concern should extend to human rights advocates,...

Prosecution of Iran’s President Is Morally Imperative and Legally Justified

BY Eric David Last week, a number of experts in international law, along with hundreds of other European dignitaries, took part in a virtual conference...

With Iran’s Raisi, Time for UN to End Regime’s Impunity

BY: R. Bruce McColm In Ebrahim Raisi, we now have an international criminal as the next president of the state of Iran. The United Nations...

All Nations Share Responsibility To Bring Iranian Regime’s Human Rights Abusers to Justice

  BY: Alejo Vidal Quadras Last week, the National Council of Resistance of Iran hosted a vitally important virtual conference to discuss a 33-year-old crime...

Iran’s Problematical Electricity Shortage Under the Clerical Regime

By Aladdin Touran Iran is the victim of successive blackouts and power outages of the national grid. While the country ranked 12th in the world last year...

Latest Report on Iran’s Nuclear Activity Underscores Need for More Assertive Strategies

By Alejo Vidal-Quadras The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed on Tuesday that the Iranian regime dramatically expanded its stockpile of enriched uranium metal over the...

Western Powers Must Take Real Action to Back Up Criticism of Iran’s Maritime Attacks

By Alejo Vidal-Quadras On Sunday, European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell wrote on Twitter that the E.U. “condemns in the strongest terms the unlawful...

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