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Video: Iran’s Rouhani Says Iran Will ‘Not Fight Against Any Nation’

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stated that Iran would not wage war against any nation, noting that those opposing Iran were “a group of inexperienced politicians.” He spoke at the inauguration ceremony of the Imam Khomeini International Airport’s (IKIA) Salam Terminal-Gallery in Tehran on Tuesday.

In a speech broadcast by Iranian state TV, Rouhani said, “our opposition is not a nation, we do not fight against any nation, our opposition is a group of inexperienced politicians.”

The Iranian president stressed that those who stand against Iran “will not achieve success,” adding that the Iranian nation “will be victorious at the end of this conflict.”

Rouhani’s remarks come after the US announced it would deploy additional troops to the Middle East as tensions continue to rise between Tehran and Washington.

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Because We Say So

By Noam Chomsky

In 1962, the eminent statesman Dean Acheson enunciated a principle that has dominated global politics ever since: that no legal issue arises when the United States responds to a challenge to its ‘power, position, and prestige’. In short, whatever the world may think, U.S. actions are legitimate because they say so. 

Spanning the impact of Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing and Palestinian-Israeli relations to deeper reflections on political philosophy and the importance of a commons to democracy, Because We Say So takes American imperialism head on.


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