Alejo Vidal-Quadras

Alejo Vidal-Quadras is the former vice-president of the European Parliament, serving from 1999 to 2014. A Spanish professor of atomic and nuclear physics, he is currently president of the Brussels-based International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ).
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Iran’s Defiance of International Pressure Should Not Be Taken Seriously

Tehran’s defiant attitude is part of a desperate strategy to compel the international community to stand down. The Islamic Republic of Iran has maintained a defiant tone in the face of the “maximum pressure” campaign pursued by Donald Trump’s White House. The campaign reached new heights last week when it was announced that the US would no longer be granting waivers to eight leading... Continue Reading

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Tehran Tries to Blame the West for Nationwide Flooding

The IRGC is exploiting the recent floods in Iran to tighten its grip while suppressing any dissent that might emerge out of the current situation. Over the past two weeks, nearly every province in the Islamic Republic of Iran has been devastated by flooding. Official reports have acknowledged the deaths of at least 70 people, but it bears noting that these figures come after the Iranian regime... Continue Reading

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Meet the “Moderates” the EU Is Trying to Empower in Iran

The appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as head of Iran’s judiciary is the latest proof that the country’s moderates and hardliners are united in the main goal of the regime: its survival through repression at home and export of terrorism abroad. Recently, two events that have taken place at the highest level of the Islamic Republic of Iran have once again demonstrated the failed strategy and the... Continue Reading

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