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By Benjamin Seel The different approaches to Iran sanctions of the Senate and President Obama’s administration were on full display in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing room on Dec. 1. The Senate approach, articulated in the form of an … Continue reading
By Peter Crail The following entry was originally posted on The Hill’s Congress Blog on September 29, 2011. During Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech at the UN last week, many attendees turned their backs and walked out. Although they were reacting to … Continue reading