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Iran and West Come One Step Closer Together

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Beyond a nuclear arrangement, the new deal that was set in motion by the P5+1 world powers (US, UK, Russia, China, France and Germany) and Iran, is really more about a shifting of alliances and interests as Saudi Arabia and Israel go their own way- much apart from the international community.

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Iran Nuclear Deal Nearing, So Says the Russians

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

There was a joke/nomination that President Vladimir Putin should win the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with Syrian-Western arms talks and the Chemical weapons ban of that country. Now Russia is off at it again in what seems a bizarre, but nonetheless productive way to use foreign relations as a “Mishka” image builder.

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Is Iran on a Path to Peace?

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Iran is once again headed to the United Nations on Tuesday- this time in Geneva- to bat out a proposal of profound impact with a new team of diplomats. After Syria’s chemical weapons deal, Iran’s new leadership and more moderate majority favor in some kind of deal with the West and an international Iran- an Iran with greater respect, improved ties to the world, the lifting of sanctions, better trust.

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Possibility of a Western Strike on Syria

William Tucker
Chief Corespondent for In Homeland Security

In this In Homeland Security podcast, William Tucker, Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security, and Phillip Smyth, a researcher for the University of Maryland and expert on Syria and Lebanon, discuss the potential for a response to a U.S. punitive strike against the Syrian regime.

The Possibility of a Western Strike on Syria by APUS

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