Discussing the Harper government’s MidEast policy and efforts by US-based officials to influence policy on Iran.
Author: Sam Khanlari
Made in USA, Assembled in Canada (Part 1/2)
On recent Canadian-Iranian relations and the Iranian government’s recent diplomatic overture.
Ukraine or U.N envoy debacles will not derail nuclear talks
Relations between P5+1 & Iran have not faltered in the face of pressure from lobbyists, Eastern Europe, or a diplomatic impasse at the UN.
Profile: Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif
Profiling Javad Zarif, the figure tasked with executing Iranian foreign policy and bringing the nuclear crisis to an end.
Iran develops aircrafts despite sanctions (Part 2/2)
Iranian companies working with international partners to develop domestic aircraft manufacturing capabilities.
American sanctions endanger international airspace (Part 1/2)
Sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran are against the spirit of international agreements on civil aviation safety.
Case of the Syrian Refugees: Lebanon
Lebanon now plays host to over one million Syrian refugees who escaped the conflict next door.
Syrian Opposition Remains Divided
Despite nearly four years of conflict, the Syrian opposition remains divided.
Al Qaeda’s Return to Anbar (Part 2/2)
Sam Khanlari examines the role of the United States and Iran on Iraq’s war on al Qaeda.
Al Qaeda’s Return to Anbar (Part 1/2)
The United States and Iran find themselves on the same side backing Maliki’s war on terror.