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More at *******therealnews**** Aijaz Ahmad: There is little global support for US sanctions against Iran 2007-11-09 Based in New Delhi, Aijaz Ahmad is The Real News Network Senior News Analyst and Senior Editorial Consultant and political commentator for the Indian newsmagazine, Frontline. He has taught Political Science and written widely on South Asia and the Middle East.
9 Nov 2007
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Russia is reluctant to impose further sanctions on Iran's nuclear program, but it has not ruled out that option yet.
23 Mar 2010
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Hackers versus an Australian spy agency, using social media for arms control, Iranian gamers get locked out of World of Warcraft, and a bike that will have you wearing out your shoes.
30 Aug 2012
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Watch this Web-exclusive CBN News update with Mark Martin. Top Stories: Iran sanctions; Olympic athletes wear masks; President Bush in the Far East; information breach.
7 Aug 2008
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*******english.cctv****/program/worldwidewatch/20090924/101457.shtml China Opposes Iran Sanctions Sought by U.S. *******www.nytimes****/2009/09/25/world/asia/25beijing.html *******www.voanews****/english/2009-09-24-voa25.cfm
1 Oct 2009
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Evan Bayh chairs a hearing of the Senate Banking Committee on his Iran sanctions legislation and U.S. foreign policy towards Iran.
1 Oct 2009
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White House spokesman Jay Carney says a new Iran sanctions bill moving through Congress is “unnecessary” as nuclear negotiations proceed, adding that new sanctions can always be imposed if the talks fail.
19 Dec 2013
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1 Oct 2009
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Senator Evan Bayh introduces the Iran Refined Petroleum Sanctions Act to help President Obama impose new economic sanctions on foreign firms involved in the export of gasoline and other refined petroleum products to Iran.
1 Oct 2009
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday told a congressional subcommittee that the U.S. is moving quickly on new penalties against Iran.
8 Sep 2012
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Retired U.S. Ambassador Thomas Pickering talks with CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan about the paper he authored with colleagues warning against a U.S. attack on Iran's nuclear facilities without a thorough cost/benefit analysis. With time, he explains, a "sensible civilian program" in Iran could be possible, but not until after Nov. 6. "No president in an election period wants to appear to be entering into diplomatic compromises, particularly if they involve taking some risks," he says.
8 Oct 2012
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Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, author of "Prague Winter," spoke to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about national security, conditions in Syria and Egypt, and how she thinks the new Secretary of State John Kerry will perform.
19 Feb 2013
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The U.S. and Iran held their highest-level talks in years. Kerry and Iran's foreign minister met one-on-one. Secretary Kerry said Iran might open its uranium enrichment facility to inspectors. In a "60 Minutes" interview, "CBS Evening News" anchor Scott Pelley asked Kerry about the future of sanctions against Iran. Kerry said the U.S. isn't going to lift sanctions until they know more about the country's nuclear program.
27 Sep 2013
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President Obama urged Congress to hold off on passing new sanctions against Iran as talks about that country's nuclear program continue. "Let's test how willing they are to actually resolve this diplomatically and peacefully," he said.
14 Nov 2013
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United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power became one of the most powerful women in American policy when she was appointed to the position during the summer. Powers joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the delicate foreign policy situations in Iran and Syria, as well as her fight to protect disabled Americans when they are living, traveling or studying abroad.
15 Nov 2013
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Speaking at the annual meeting of the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council, President Obama tried to alleviate concerns among lawmakers and Americans in general that the United States might roll back some sanctions as part if Iran begins to dismantle its nuclear program.
19 Nov 2013
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