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40 Grassroots Organizations Tell Congress: Back the Deal

By Jon Rainwater on Tue, 30 Jun 2015 18:20:21

Today, the deadline for a final nuclear agreement with Iran was extended one week to July 7. Recent indications from the negotiating team suggest that the P5+1 nations and Iran will be able to seal the deal by that date. The greater question at this point is whether […]Read More

Anti-Iran Forces Release Round 2 of “Kill the Deal” Ads

By Gabe Murphy on Fri, 26 Jun 2015 19:24:20

Throughout this week, new ad campaigns going for the jugular on a nuclear deal with Iran have been popping up in very quick succession. It seems that the Anti-Iran diplomacy coalition is stepping up its game in anticipation of a difficult fight in Congress over whether or not […]Read More

CIA Resumes Controversial “Signature Strikes” Drone Policy

By Zaigham Kabir on Tue, 23 Jun 2015 00:55:49

Last week the Washington Post, citing unnamed US officials, reported that the CIA has revived a controversial aspect of its drone program known as “signature strikes” – a way to target groups of individuals based not on their known identities but on age range and suspicious patterns of behavior. This policy […]Read More

“It’s a Trap!” How Congress Could Kill the Iran Deal

By Gabe Murphy on Tue, 23 Jun 2015 00:55:23

You wouldn't know it by the way the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 (a.k.a. the Corker-Cardin bill) passed in committee 19-0, that the lead up to that vote was an epic battle. Up until the day of the vote, the committee was largely divided on how […]Read More

The Multi-Million Dollar Campaign to Kill the Iran Deal

By Gabe Murphy on Tue, 16 Jun 2015 22:59:46

Anyone who has been paying attention to the nuclear negotiations with Iran would have a hard time denying the blatant political motivation behind the barrage of Republican attacks on Obama's foreign policy. A successful agreement would be a huge win for Obama and transitively the Democratic Party. But […]Read More

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