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The US Can Help Iranian Protesters Achieve Regime Change

Tom Ridge, For over a week, Iran has been rocked by demonstrations that started as expressions of frustration about crushing poverty and widespread unemployment but quickly morphed into calls for the ouster of the repressive ruling regime. The unrest came as something of a surprise, even though thousands of smaller-scale protests, with more limited demands,

Iran: Group claims regime is ‘in full gear’ on covert work on nuclear weapons

James Rosen, The White House responded cautiously Friday to claims by an Iranian dissident group alleging that Iran’s clandestine work on a nuclear weapon has continued unabated by the landmark nuclear deal that Tehran finalized with the Obama administration and five other world powers two years ago. At a news conference in Washington, members of

Former U.S. officials urge Trump administration to work with Iran opposition

Nearly two dozen former top U.S. government officials have urged President-elect Donald Trump to work with Iran’s opposition once in office, according to a letter obtained by Fox News. A letter signed by 23 former officeholders calls on Trump to consult with the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The group has called

An Iranian Voice Republicans and Democrats Should Heed

Ken Blackwell, Okay. Let’s face it. The two presidential nominees have effectively been chosen.  The Democratic and Republican National Conventions are ahead of us, and the U.S. is on the precipice of a highly contentious several months of campaigning.   Discord between the two major parties is always evident in American politics, but almost never