The so-called Geneva agreement -- signed by six world powers this past weekend -- alleviates some economic sanctions against the Republic of Iran in exchange for limited concession vis-à-vis their nuclear program.
This morning I had the chance to speak with Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) fresh off her trip to Israel, where she met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding the nuclear agreement with Iran that the latter has defined as a “very, very bad deal.”
A bill attempting to authorize the use of America's full military force against Iran is being introduced to Congress on Thursday by Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ), who is currently seeking a co-sponsor.
Iran’s pursuit of chemical weapons will be a primary focus of American diplomacy in the coming term, President Barack Obama notified the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday.
IF KIM JONG UN thinks he can shake down Washington by threatening nuclear apocalypse, President Obama says, the belligerent North Korean dictator has another think coming.
The official public position remains unchanged in substance. China's persistence in supporting the Six Party talks' process for terminating North Korea's nuclear programs implies that the Chinese leaders have some expectation that North Korea can be persuaded to give up its nuclear programs.
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