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Senate Republicans and Democrats were able to reach a deal on Monday, passing by a unanimous vote tougher sanctions against Iran with the aim of deterring the Middle East country from continuing to develop nuclear weapons. The Senate legislation still must be reconciled with a similar version passed in the House late last year. However, [...]
The end of 2011 can be marked by signing a major defense bill by President Obama. This event happened in spite of serious reservations” on provisions concerning the relations of the Unites States of America and Russia, imposing sanctions against Iran and interrogations of terrorist suspects. But still there are representatives in Congress who consider [...]
Republicans held a debate last Saturday that tackled Obama’s foreign policies. They agreed with each other and criticized President Barack Obama’s handling of world affairs. The event was held at the Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. From the bleachers of Wofford’s classic old basketball gym, cheers of go Newt and go Herman were heard. [...]
In recent United Nations conference, Hillary Clinton said that the U.S. and major powers of the world have agreed on approving the draft against Iran’s nuclear policy. The approval was a result of Iran’s acceptance of an enriched uranium stock pile, from a Brazilian and Turkish mediated deal. Iran’s recent set of decisions towards the [...]
The U.N. is going to open up with a new round of sanctions against Iran, by the end of June. But for now, a draft proposal hasn’t been submitted to the Security Council. On the other hand, Brazil has been working with Iran towards ceasing those nuclear weapons program, in hopes of slowing down the [...]
The US President Obama is hosting leaders from 46 countries on a 2 day nuclear security summit. The agenda is as usual, is based on war against terror and the whole idea of the summit revolves around the age old recipe of; “How to safeguard weapons of mass destruction and keep them out of the [...]
In spite of the prospect of tough sanctions, Iran announced Friday that it is not going to change its nuclear path and will stay irreversible just days before President Obama hosts a nuclear summit. With a choir and musicians performing a specially composed nuclear symphony, Iran recently disclosed the information on its new homemade nuclear [...]