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Nader Uskowi
President, Sagewood Consulting & Nonresident Senior Fellow, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, Atlantic Council
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Fathom Journal 14h
Read 's review of 's book, 'Temperature Rising: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and Wars in the Middle East':
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Pakistan says Iran-based group carried out deadly attack
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Nader Uskowi Apr 19
White House says Trump spoke to Libyan commander Haftar on Monday
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Michael P Pregent Apr 18
Join me along with and FDD's Behnam Ben Taleblu on the 24th of April at the Hudson Institute for this timely panel on Designating the IRGC as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO)
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RadioFarda Apr 17
says has stopped its "credits" to supply $200 million of oil monthly. Annually, that would be a lot money Tehran has been giving to .
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Nader Uskowi Apr 17
Farzin Nadimi: How Sanctions Are Affecting Iran’s Airline Industry -
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Nader Uskowi Apr 16
Iran's oil exports hit new 2019 low so far in April - sources
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Fathom Journal Apr 16
New: Despite repeating facts and events, ’s book ‘Temperature Rising: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and Wars in the Middle East’ remains a must-read for anyone wishing to gain understanding of the , its actions and its goals says :
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Nader Uskowi Apr 16
Thanks my brother. You have always and under all circumstances been kind to me, and I have always appreciated your friendship as well as your intellect in seeing issues from strategic/long view perspective. With Paul on this thread, I am reminded of our blog! Cheers to you both
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Nader Uskowi Apr 16
Mark, none of those changes involved revolutionary/ideological regimes like IRI. Context is the core belief of revolutionaries, led by Khomeini, that revolution was not just for Iran, but the whole region, i.e. countries with significant Shia populations. Thanks for your notes
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Alireza Nader Apr 16
Hezbollah leader Nasrallah invites “Lebanese youth” 2 travel to 2 “aid” flood victims. In reality, the Islamic Republic is so afraid of a popular uprising that it has 2 import foreign forces such as Hezbollah and Hashd al Shaabi to maintain its rule
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Fathom Journal Apr 16
New to : reviews 's book, 'Temperature Rising: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and Wars in the Middle East':
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ImageSat Intl. Apr 14
1/4 - ,12 April, & ,13 April, few hours after the in , . Completely destroyed structures which were (according to ) manufacturing hangars, related to . See here the and .
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Nader Uskowi Apr 14
Joining and our host , along with esteemed colleagues & Hassan Hashemian, to discuss deployment of Iraqi militias under the command of Quds Force to west to help contain recent floods (in Farsi - starts at 27:20)
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Nader Uskowi Apr 12
Joining Last Page program and my esteemed host Mehdi Falahati to discuss the U.S. designation of IRGC as a terrorist organization and the issues regarding Iran-U.S. relations and possibilities of military confrontation (in Farsi)
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Omer Carmi Apr 9
The Designation Couldn’t Come at a Worse Time for . Tehran has repeatedly avoided precipitous responses to sanctions, and will be even more risk-averse due to domestic flood crisis and fears of an escalation. Read my latest
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Colin M. Winston, Ph. D. Apr 9
I strongly recommend Mr. Uskowi’s book as the best overall treatment of the IRGC. After you read it you’ll know why the USG just listed it as a terrorist organization.
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Nader Uskowi Apr 9
In post-Daesh Middle East, US considers IRGC and its tens of thousands of Shia militias operating in the region as the major threat to US and its allies, now designating it a FTO. The story of how we got to this point is told in my recently published book:
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ايران اينترنشنال Apr 9
قرار گرفتن در لیست سازمان‌های تروریستی تا چه حد می‌تواند احتمال برخورد بین و را در افزایش دهید و تبعات اقتصادی آن برای ایران چیست؟ گفتگو با نادر اسکوئی، پژوهشگر ارشد در شورای آتلانتیک
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Nader Uskowi Apr 8
Joining VOA365 and my host Payam Yazdian to discuss President Trump's decision to designate IRGC as a terrorist organization (in Farsi)
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