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Yves Engler | Before becoming prime minister, Justin Trudeau promised to re-engage with Iran. His government has failed to do so and is beginning to echo the warmongers in Washington and Tel Aviv.
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Duncan Cameron | The Trump decision to dump an international deal for partisan political reasons is another in a series of U.S. moves that undermines confidence in the U.S. as a negotiating partner.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | A war with Iran would be a catastrophe, yet by opposing diplomacy, hundreds of members of the U.S. Congress may be blundering into just such a conflict.
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Scott Vrooman | By keeping its sanctions in place against Iran, Canada is standing firm against the threat of peace in the Middle East.
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Rick Salutin | What makes us certain that progress is a thing and that we can keep score of it? As this past week shows, once you start scoring history, others can tote up precisely the opposite results.
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Jooneed Khan | The Iran deal confirms that the U.S. administration has finally and effectively decided to break with the war-mongering strategy of its predecessors -- but for how long?
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Dennis Gruending | The Israeli and Canadian governments are wrong to attack the recent deal with Iran to prevent its developing nuclear weapons.