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To save regime from sanctions, Khamenei surrenders oil and gas to China

A new round of oil deals shows all the signs of a deepening corrupt relationship between the mullahs of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Communist Party leadership of the People’s Republic of China. Supreme Leader Khamenei’s recent seizure […]

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Regime fears lack of investment in oil sector

Iran's state-run oil and gas sector is reeling from official corruption, as a pro-regime lawmaker has noted, and from a lack of foreign investment. Attending an oil and gas

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Obama’s Iran actions show ‘weakness,’ top Democrat & Republican lawmakers say

The top Democrat and Republican responsible for foreign affairs in the US House of Representatives assailed the Obama administration's recent Iran sanctions as weak. The seniormost Democrat

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Upcoming event: ‘Next steps in Iran sanctions – targeting the choke points’

The Heritage Foundation is sponsoring a public discussion April 7 to tighten the economic noose around the Islamic Republic of Iran and to lift the crane

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Student leader praises Obama speech but asks for action, including oil sanctions

The head of Iran's independent secular student movement praised President Barack Obama's Persian New Year speech, and called on the American leader to back up his

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Islamic Republic corruption scandal: $11 billion in oil money missing

A colossal corruption scandal is brewing in Tehran, with the discovery that $11 billion in oil revenues have vanished over the past nine months. The mullahs and their minions

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Key to regime change: Close down Iran’s oil exports

The most effective way for the world - particularly the United States - to promote regime change in Iran is to shut down the Islamic Republic's

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The effectiveness of gasoline vs oil sanctions on Iran

The following is a report that assesses the effectiveness of international gasoline sanctions on Iran, and how much more effective sanctions against Iran's oil exports would