Raymond Tanter

Raymond Tanter served on the senior staff of the National Security Council and as personal representative of the Secretary of Defense to arms control talks in Europe in the Reagan-Bush administration. He is currently an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and a professor emeritus at the University of Michigan. His most recent book is the forthcoming Terror Tagging: Of an Iranian Opposition Organization (Iran Policy Committee, December 2011).


Commentary

Washington has implicitly accepted its responsibility to protect MeK members imprisoned in Iraq. What does this mean for the delisting controversy?

The decision to delist the MeK must be made on the facts, not on propaganda and heresy.

The regime in Tehran is spreading lies about MeK. Washington is buying them hook, line and sinker.

The truth about Iran's prominent dissident organization (and why some people don't want you to know it).

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April 18, 2014