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Iran's neighbors support extending arms embargo
Iran's neighbors are raising concerns that allowing an arms embargo on the Iranian regime to expire would threaten security in the Middle East.
The consequences of ending the arms embargo against Iran [video]
The United Nations arms embargo on Iran expires in October. Learn about the possible consequences for the region and the world if it is not extended.
U.S. and Australia: Supporting a free and open Indo-Pacific
The U.S. and Australia are strengthening their alliance and standing shoulder to shoulder against the Chinese government's malign behavior.
Iran's regime targets critics' relatives to silence dissent
Iran's regime jails relatives of activists to silence critics living abroad. Learn more about the regime's pattern of punishing families.
The U.S. fights coronavirus worldwide [rolling updates]
See the many ways that the U.S. government, businesses and private citizens are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.
Iran's regime continues persecution of human rights defenders
Iran's regime continues to arrest human rights lawyers for defending basic freedoms. Find out how the regime targets those who would oppose its repression.
The Importance of the U.N. Arms Embargo on Iran
This October, Iran could start selling weapons across the globe, fueling the world’s deadliest conflicts. The U.N. must act now to extend the arms embargo on Iran.
Why the U.N. must extend the Iran arms embargo [video]
The U.N. arms embargo on Iran expires in October. See why this restriction on the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism must be extended.
Authoritarian regimes' unclear laws make anyone a suspect
The U.S. Constitution requires laws to be specific to prevent arbitrary enforcement. See how some other governments use vague laws to target their citizens.
The U.S. stands with the Iranian people
The U.S. is supporting human rights in Iran after the regime's brutal crackdown on the Iranian people's expression of basic freedoms.
Partnership or extortion? U.S. vs. Iranian models for the Middle East
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tells the U.N. Security Council how the U.S. works with other countries to pursue Middle East peace while Iran uses violence.