Now that I am back in the states, I have finally had the time and the fast internet connection to get my photos from Iran up on the web. You can view them on flickr and facebook. Enjoy!
Published on Wednesday, May 27, 2009 by CommonDreams.org Taking North Korea at Their Word Pyongyang has consistently said that its nuclear weapons are intended to deter aggression. And, indeed, they do. by Tad Daley Shortly after North Korea exploded its second nuclear device in three years on Monday […]
10 years is a long time. But that’s how long Army chief of staff Gen. George Casey is planning for when thinking about troops staying in Iraq, and even in Afghanistan. But why the planning when a policy for withdrawal from Iraq is already in place? After all, […]
On our last day in Tehran, we had a meeting with Dr. Hosseini, professor of American Studies at Tehran University, and some of his M.A. students. The American Studies program has only existed for a year and a half, and they focus on learning about American culture and […]
As our group was walking from our visit to the nearby Armenian Christian Church to catch a cab to Imam Khomeini’s house, I finally saw the infamous building with a mural showing the American flag and dropping bombs that reads “Down with the USA.” I was obviously not […]
IRAQ VETERAN TURNED CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR CURRENTLY MAKING JOURNEY ACROSS U.S. TO SEEK ALTERNATIVES TO WAR
Josh Stieber, who will begin his on-foot and bicycle, cross-country journey just after Memorial Day on May 27th in Washington, D.C., is now available for phone interviews or in-person interviews if you are able to meet him somewhere along his route. Please see website for listing of cities […]