On the eve of the 2004 presidential elections, then-Secretary of State Colin L. Powell secretly attempted to shift U.S. policy on Iran by telling key allies he wanted to offer "carrots" to the Islamic Republic to halt its nuclear ambitions, former U.N. ambassador John R. Bolton writes in his soon...
Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday said Iran would face ?serious consequences? if the government there does not abandon its nuclear program.
The United States and other nations will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon, Vice President Cheney said yesterday.
LEESBURG, Virginia (AP) -- The United States and other nations will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon, Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday.
Iran?s chief nuclear negotiator, who resigned Saturday, will accompany his replacement to nuclear talks in Europe.
Ali Larijani, who quit as Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, and his replacement will go to talks on Tuesday with the European Union's Javier Solana on Tehran's standoff with the West.
Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday described Iran as an obstacle to peace in the Middle East and said the world could not stand by and allow it to develop a nuclear weapon.
Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday the United States would not permit Iran to get nuclear weapons and warned of "serious consequences" if it refuses to stop enriching uranium.
Vice President Dick Cheney Sunday said the United States and its allies would not permit Iran to get nuclear weapons and warned of "serious consequences" if it continues to enrich uranium.
The vice president branded Iran ?a growing obstacle to peace in the Middle East? during a wide-ranging speech.