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Has Iran Violated the Nuclear Deal?

Has Iran Violated the Nuclear Deal?

by    Raman Ghavami

In an interview, the head of Iran’s atomic agency seems to have suggested Tehran has used the JCPOA to develop its nuclear capabilities. On February 18, the head of Britain’s MI6 intelligence agency visited Israel to discuss Iran’s nuclear activity. Amid concerns that Tehran may be preparing to breach the conditions of the 2015 agreement, the Read More

Education Has Always Opened Doors

Education Has Always Opened Doors

by    Kourosh Ziabari and Garnett Stokes

In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Garnett Stokes, president of the University of New Mexico. New Mexico is the fifth largest state in the US. It borders Mexico to the south, its capital is Santa Fe and its largest city is Albuquerque. The state is known for many reasons, including the Read More

MBS Gave the Green Light to Silence Dissenters

MBS Gave the Green Light to Silence Dissenters

by    Peter Isackson

Saudi Arabia conducts its most ambitious campaigns in the darkest secrecy. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains. According to US officials cited by The New York Times, “Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia authorized a secret campaign to silence dissenters — which included the surveillance, kidnapping, detention and torture of Saudi citizens — over a Read More

White Supremacism and the Christchurch Terrorist Attack

White Supremacism and the Christchurch Terrorist Attack

by    Tahir Abbas

The attacks in Christchurch were not the result of a random mental health victim on a rampage. They were calculated, cold and clinical. As the fallout from the Christchurch terror attack becomes ever more pronounced, it is clear there are a number of matters that are important to state regarding what we know now but Read More

Netanyahu’s Indictment Doesn’t Mean He Won’t Win

Netanyahu’s Indictment Doesn’t Mean He Won’t Win

by    Marc Martorell Junyent

The stigma of corruption surrounding Benjamin Netanyahu could lead even more Likud supporters to hide their electoral preferences. On February 28, Israel’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced his decision to indict Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu, who is facing investigations in three different cases and could be found guilty of bribery, fraud and breach of trust. Read More

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