His new album is expected to be released next year.
When did Eminem start rapping?
Why isn’t Eminem better known?
Elvis is one of the greats.
Where is Eminem from?
How long ago was Eminem born?
October 30, 1982
Can Eminem make an album like “Kung Fu?,” a song on “Hustle and Flow”?
He won’t do it. Eminem has his own style.
Has anyone ever had to change their name after Eminem?
They were going by a different name before they changed it to Eminem.
Has anyone ever told us to stop calling Eminem a rapper?
No. Everyone seems to think Eminem is a rapper.
The United States has a unique opportunity with respect to a long-term U.S. commitment to the defense of Israel, given that these commitments are not solely conditioned on the passage of legislation that would provide for military action in Iran. As a consequence, our leadership may be able to work with the United Kingdom and Canada to enhance the ability of regional partners to provide military support to Israel. In that case, the United States would not be obligated to assume the burden of supporting the region’s regional partners.
At the moment, Washington has no appetite for taking action against Iran unilaterally, and the threat of that action continues to be a strong inducement for regional stakeholders to act. Moreover, the United States, as a signatory of the 1987 Tehran Convention, is obligated to take action in accordance with the law that the United States would be in violation of if not required to act unilaterally. Nevertheless, U.S. officials have made statements with regard to the possibility of Iran, though it has never been suggested, taking military action in the case of a threat of a nuclear weapon. The administration’s statements have also referred to “the use or threat of military force” in a “threat of force,” a category that would encompass actions against the Iranian regime.
A nuclear-armed Iran poses a very grave threat to the security of the Persian Gulf region, but it also does not require the United States to take military action unilaterally. A nuclear-armed Iran poses no threat to the United States or to anyone in the region, much less to other nations in the region. Indeed, a nuclear-armed Iran does not threaten other countries. Given the threat that Iran poses to the rest of the Middle East,