Eli Clifton is a reporting fellow with The Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute who focuses on money in politics and US foreign policy. He previously reported for the American Independent New Network, ThinkProgress, and Inter Press Service. Clifton is coauthor of the Center for American Progress's report "Fear Inc.: The Roots Of the Islamophobia Network In America." His work has appeared on PBS/Frontline's Tehran bureau, the South China Morning Post, Right Web, LobeLog, Salon, Huffington Post, the Daily Beast, Slate, Gawker and ForeignPolicy.com. Eli holds a bachelor's degree from Bates College and a master's degree in international political economy from the London School of Economics.
GOP megadonor Paul Singer and Hillary Clinton booster Richard Perry have more in common than you’d think.
United Against Nuclear Iran collected nearly one-third of its 2013 revenue from the Las Vegas–based casino magnate.
Even the Senate’s favorite nuke experts aren’t on board with derailing Iran talks, but that won’t deter the incoming Republican Congress.
United Against Nuclear Iran targets legal trade with Iran as part of its divestment campaign.
An anti-Iran group is accused in court of peddling false information anew while enjoying protection from the Obama Justice Department.
Congress may lean hawkish but progressive groups in the beltway are throwing their weight behind the White House’s efforts to reach a diplomatic agreement on Iran’s nuclear program.
Gary Samore should probably call his (UANI) office.
Gary Palmer claims his think tank’s funding is “almost entirely” from individuals. That isn’t true.
Documents allege a profit motive behind a prominent anti-Iran group backed by a Francophile New York philanthropist with a penchant for large cats.