U.S.-Iran Relations

  • Should Iran’s Frozen Assets Be Used to Compensate Victims of Terrorism? October 2, 2002
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    SHOULD IRAN'S FROZEN ASSETS BE USED TO COMPENSATE VICTIMS OF TERRORISM? Washington, DC – Amendments have been introduced to Section 11 of the Terrorism Risk Protection Act of 2002 (H.R. 3210) and its Senate version, The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 (S.R. 2600), which if ...
  • Are Sanctions on Syria a Way to Get at Iran? September 18, 2002
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    Congress is considering imposing sanctions on Syria, which some analysts fear can indicate a return to the “sanctions frenzy” of the mid 1990’s when sanctions were imposed on Iran. On September 18, the House International Relations Committee held a hearing on the Syria Accountability Act. Some pundits believe that the ...
  • Struggle for Future of US Iran Policy Heats Up on Capitol Hill September 18, 2002
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    While the nation is discussing how to deal with Iraq and Saddam Hussein, the debate on what to do with Iraq’s neighbor to the east – Iran – is heating up on Capitol Hill. While the hawks are preparing the ground for a regime change in ...