Gareth Porter

Gareth Porter is an independent investigative journalist and winner of the 2012 Gellhorn Prize for journalism. He is the author of the newly published Manufactured Crisis: The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare.

How the U.K. and Ecuador Conspire to Deliver Julian Assange to U.S. Authorities

Why Trump’s Iran Policy Will Be Much Like Obama’s

US Intervention in Syria? Not Under Trump

The Real US Strategic Blunder in Syria

US Airstrikes on Syrian Troops: Report Data Undermine Claim of “Mistake”

The Bombing of Aleppo: US Hypocrisy at Max Volume

How We Could End the Permanent War State

The Classified ’28 Pages’: a Diversion From Real US-Saudi Issues

The IAEA’s “Final Assessment”

How Terror in Paris Calls for Revising US Syria Policy

Rouhani’s Dual Messages and Iran’s Security Strategy

Iran’s Parchin Nuclear Myth Begins to Unravel

Why the US and Iran Aren’t Cooperating Against ISIS

Obama’s Version of Iran Nuke Deal: a Second False Narrative

How a Weaker Iran Got the West to Lift Sanctions

US Slowdown on Iran Talks has Dark Side

How US Spin on Access to Iranian Sites has Distorted the Issue

Why the US Military Opposed New Combat Roles in Iraq

US / Iran Nuclear Talks as Political Kabuki

The Media Misses the Point on ‘Proxy War’

Why Iran Must Remain a US Enemy

Houthi Arms Bonanza Came from Saleh, Not Iran

The Ambiguities of the Nuclear Framework Deal

Iran, Sanctions and the Fate of the Nuclear Talks

The Real Story Behind the Republicans’ Iran Letter