While the lethal effects of Iran’s booze ban are widely recognized, politicians ignore similar consequences from U.S. drug laws.
The economic historian and Magatte Wade, Alex Gladstein, Mohamad Machine-Chian, Tony Woodlief, and Tom Palmer are challenging authoritarians everywhere.
DeSantis' foreign policy seems to be defined by a simple rule: Whatever Democrats do is wrong, but whatever Republicans do is right.
"My artwork is unapologetic," said the artist. "Sometimes it can be very political. Sometimes it can be very controversial."
And their team wanted nothing to do with politics.
Both teams are better than they were in 1998, but the political situation between the two countries has not improved.
After a month of tear gas and beatings and gunfire, Iranians may not be convinced to move on so easily.
This time could really be different.
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In 1989, Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini called for the author and those involved in the book's publication to be put to death.
A new Iranian thriller is both an elaborate social parable and an extended advertisement for the U.S. bankruptcy system.
I witnessed firsthand how U.S. actions that favored one group inevitably angered another, which is why the war is an endless game of whack-a-mole.
Engaging peacefully with someone who history says you should hate is no small task, but sports make it possible.
From the other side of the world, the regime plots ways to chill free speech.
Amirani argues that the 1953 coup became the "playbook" for future U.S. covert actions in countries such as Guatemala, Vietnam, and Chile.
The documentary Coup 53 explores how a seemingly easy regime change wrecked U.S. foreign policy for decades.
New documentary explains why installing the shah in 1953 led to ruinous American covert operations throughout the Cold War and beyond.
Peace Candidate Donald Trump Threatens Massive Retaliation Against Iran in Response to Rumored Assassination Plot
The president promised that any attack by Iran against the United States would be met with a response "1,000 times greater in magnitude!"
Trump, Self-Proclaimed Ender of Endless Wars, Is Reducing the U.S. Troop Presence in Iraq to Where It Was in 2015
The Wall Street Journal reports that the Pentagon will be reducing troop levels in Iraq by a third.
Trump even vetoed a bill that would stop him from military action in Iran without congressional approval.
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Rocket attacks and "precision defensive strikes" will bring us ever closer to truly endless war.
Keeping up maximum pressure is a dangerous distraction for the United States and catastrophic for the Iranian people.
"Does this advance American safety and security? Does it make Americans freer and more prosperous? The answer is no."
Eight Republicans join the vote, but that's not enough to overrule a likely veto.
The Trump administration is treating people of Iranian origin like a potential fifth column.
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Few people are buying the U.S. government's unconvincing explanations about "imminent" threats.
Four Republicans cross the aisle to support a new resolution limited the president's power to wage war. But could they get enough to overrule a veto?
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The nation's only female Olympic medalist says she has permanently left the Islamic Republic due to the oppression of women.
Talking congressional oversight, the Bernie resurgence, and the death of Neil Peart on the Reason Roundtable podcast
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