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3 Stories You Should Read 01/09/2020: Biden, Sanders, Iran

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In the category of:  Get the story straight

US increasingly believes Iran accidentally shot down Ukraine plane

Iran’s Civil Aviation Authority head, Ali Abedzadeh, told CNN the country may need outside help to decode the black box on the Ukrainian airliner because it is damaged.

“Generally speaking, Iran has the potential and know-how to decode the black box. Everybody knows that,” he said.

However, Abedzadeh said, “the black box of this very Ukrainian Boeing 737 is damaged. Ukrainian Aviation experts arrived here in Tehran today. We had a session with them. From tomorrow they will start decoding the data.”




In the category of:  Next verse, same as the last

War With Iran Is Nothing To Worry About, Men Who Launched Iraq War Promise

Over the past week, the American people have been glued to cable news broadcasts with blaring red chyrons warning of imminent military conflict in the Middle East. Trump administration officials have offered varying rationales for military action, none of them particularly credible. The human cost of this war, if it happens, could be devastating — which has put the international community and millions of Americans on edge. But people like Paul Wolfowitz and Ari Fleischer, wielding their large media megaphones, have assured the nation that everything will be fine — that it’s even possible people in the country we might attack will “celebrate” our efforts. 



In the category of:  Pull the curtain back

Trump’s conflict with Iran exposed the real difference between Biden and Sanders

Sanders wants a new Democratic vision for foreign policy. Biden is running on a return to normalcy.

Sanders is a longtime antiwar advocate who voted not to authorize the use of force in Iraq. He’s staked out distinct positions on foreign policy, including America’s relationship with Israel and its role in the Middle East. Biden represents the establishment wing of the party’s views. He chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for years, voted for the Iraq War, and is running on a platform of a return to normalcy.

“Joe Biden voted and helped lead the effort for the war in Iraq, the most dangerous foreign policy blunder in the modern history of this country,” Sanders said in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Monday night.




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