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Amir Hekmati Death Sentence (2012)

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  • Iran can show good faith in nuclear deal by freeing American captives

    Iran can show good faith in nuclear deal by freeing American captives
    The headline for a recent Times editorial called critics of the Obama administration's framework for a nuclear deal with Iran who raise questions not directly related to the nuclear issue itself "off-base." Of course, no rational analysis would conclude all the issues between Iran and the United States, much less Iran and the rest of the world, can be resolved in this or any single agreement any time soon.
  • Obama remembers Coral Springs man still missing in Iran

    To mark the Iranian new year, President Barack Obama on Friday paid respects to Robert Levinson of Coral Springs, a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran eight years ago while reportedly working as a spy for the CIA.  The president recalled Levinson...

    2014 in 3 acts: Cheerleader, ex-Marine, filmmaker provide the drama

     2014 in 3 acts: Cheerleader, ex-Marine, filmmaker provide the drama
    An indignant NFL cheerleader. A politically savvy gay filmmaker. A directionally challenged former Marine. As I look back on some of the California stories I covered in 2014, a few stand out as self-contained dramas — with a beginning, a middle...

    Iran court sentences American to death on spy charges

     
    A court in Iran has sentenced to death an Iranian American who was convicted of spying for the CIA, Iranian media reported on Monday. Amir Mirzaei Hekmati was accused of “cooperation with an enemy government, membership in the CIA and attempts to...

    Q&A: How global conflict shows up in computer games

     
    Rex Brynen, political science professor at McGill University in Montreal, co-edits a blog on conflict simulation and talks about how computer games reflect global tensions.