for a Free and Democratic IRAN
Mr. Heiser is a U.S. Army Special Forces Vietnam veteran and a graduate of American University’s School of International Service in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Heiser is a U.S. Army Special Force who served on National Security Council of President Ronald Reagan Administration, and Managerial policy positions in the Department of Defense.
Real Clear Politics - September 29, 2013
The prevailing narrative in the Western media regarding the new president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, is reminiscent of the optimistic assessment of Ayatollah Khomeini by the Jimmy Carter administration. President Carter's ambassador to the UN, Andrew Young, said that Khomeini will eventually be hailed as a saint; President Carter's ambassador to Iran, William Sullivan, observed that Khomeini was a Gandhi-like figure.
Real Clear Politics - July 31, 2013
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives are scheduled to vote today on a new Iransanctions bill that is aimed at cutting Iran's oil exports by another one million barrels over the next year. The House Foreign Affairs Committee voted unanimously in support of the bill and it is expected to garner overwhelming bipartisan support in the full House. The House will be sending the right message at precisely the right time to the Iranian regime.
Foreign Policy Magazine - July 31, 2013
As the Islamic Republic moves closer to obtaining a nuclear weapons capability, talk of an Israeli attack on Iran is increasingly the subject of articles and reports in the international media. On the one hand, it is certainly understandable why Israel is extremely concerned about the Islamic Republic's nuclear capability, particularly given the escalating anti-Israeli rhetoric coming from Tehran. On the other hand, is an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities really the best solution to the nuclear threat posed by the Islamic Republic?