“What we’re looking at right now is the possibility of changing the U.S.’ uncritical support of Israel — for the first time,” says Phyllis Bennis on Al Jazeera.
Phyllis Bennis, Director of the New Internationalism project, discusses U.S. support of Israel as the deadline for Iran’s nuclear talks approaches on Al Jazeera.
The West may not use nuclear weapons on Iran, but attacking its nuclear enrichment facilities will have a similar effect.
Iran’s nuclear concessions roll off the P5+1 like water from a duck’s back.
Shrill rhetoric on Iran divides Israel.
Meanwhile, enriched uranium is Iran’s coin of the international realm.
The West needs to give states with weak institutions space while they sabotage their own nuclear-weapons scientists by micro-managing and strong-arming them.
Does Ayatollah Khameini or doesn’t he condone nuclear weapons?
Yukio Amano is the anti-ElBaradei.
A representative of the Institute for Science and International Security responds to one of our posts.
There’s never a shortage of misconceptions about Iran.
Iran scores low on the West’s unspoken rationality and ethics indexes.
Perhaps the only way for the West to keep an eye on Iran’s uranium enrichment program is to stop objecting to its continuation.
Calling for states to disarm to prevent nuclear proliferation may be as tough a sell as asking them to spend during an economic crisis instead of cutting spending.
Israel must come clean about its own nuclear program if it hopes to be credible about nonproliferation with Iran.