“…medical statistics were treated as top secret”
“leaving towns and cities will be banned”
Perish the thought
‘”Today, the American soldier is in danger, tomorrow the European soldier could be in danger.”
Of course, they don’t want to say who…
Call me, maybe?
Defense minister singing another tune?
And let Iran run it instead.
“How about we end the war without inviting the Taliban to dinner on the week of 9/11?”
A “passive reaction”?
A good start?
And since when do they take China’s side?
“[T]he U.S. walked out 300 feet before the finish line.”
Iran: We may stay in the deal even if US exits.
Rouhani: “People had economic, political and social demands.”
“This is a very complex situation and is different from previous occasions.”
“Death to the dictator!”
“Death to the Islamic Republic”
“The greatest capital that any country has is trust and credibility.”
Briar patch squared.
“…our hope and our desire and our preference is for the full implementation of the nuclear agreement.”
New business frontiers
Former Iranian spox: Better sign the deal before Tehran becomes “radicalized.”
“I’d like to see if the word ‘dismantle’ is in that text.”
The White House’s release of the text of the P5+1’s office interim deal with Iran to either the public and/or …
Giving away the store
“Iran gets everything that it wanted at this stage and it pays nothing.”
Fool me once …
On the heels of Secretary of State John Kerry assuring everyone that the Obama administration has absolutely zero intentions for …
Condoleezza Rice: Don’t trust Iran.
Iranian hardliners not so happy about rapprochement.
Never let the facts stand in the way of a good narrative.
“I firmly believe the diplomatic path must be tested.”
“This has been problematic for us as it’s a drain on resources.”
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“The destiny of the Supreme Court is on the ballot in 2020.”