The Threat From Iran (Summer 2012)

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    Russia’s View of Iran

    Nikolay A. Kozhanov Summer 2012
    During the last two decades, the dynamics of Russo-Iranian relations were extremely unstable, volatile and, to a certain extent, unpredictable for other players in...

    The Threat from Iran

    inFOCUS: What is the status of Iran's nuclear program and is there a way to gauge the impact of the Stuxnet virus and the...

    The Iranian Terror War Against the U.S.

    Peter Huessy Summer 2012
    According to the National Journal, a U.S. State Department source says the terror war against the United States is over. Americans can rest easy,...

    Sanctions Relief for a Nuclear-Free Iran?

    Mark Dubowitz Summer 2012
    As the P5+1—the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany—travel from country to country, holding talks with Iran on its nuclear...

    Reaching Iran: Problems with U.S. Media Messaging

    Helle Dale Summer 2012
    The stakes of U.S. international broadcasting to Iran are high. For one thing, Iran is the leading sponsor of global terrorism, an aspiring nuclear...

    Iran’s Sakharovs

    Nina Shea Summer 2012
    Among today's most underreported stories is the persecution and pressure faced by reformist and heterdox Muslims within the Muslim World. The common post-9/11 refrain—"Where...

    Letter from the Publisher: The Threat From Iran

    Matthew Brooks Summer 2012
    President Obama spent more than three years engaging with Iran in order to bring an end to the regime's pursuit of a nuclear weapons...

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