In Iran, a Real Race, and Talk of a Sea Change
New York Times, United States
By ROBERT F. WORTH TEHRAN — Less than two months ago, it was widely assumed here and in the West that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's hard-line president, would coast to another victory in the elections on Friday. Many of the reformists who sat out the ...
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A Polarized Iran Prepares to Go to Polls
Iran goes to polls to elect new president
Op-Ed Contributor Lebanon's Triumph, Iran's Travesty
New York Times, United States
By ELLIOTT ABRAMS WITH elections in Lebanon and Iran occurring in the same week, it's inevitable that they are viewed as twin tests of efforts to spread democracy to the Muslim world. Should we celebrate the outcome in Lebanon and push for elections ...
Saudis' Clout Counters Tehran
Fear of Iran, Obama's words swayed Lebanon vote
Sfeir: Poll result averted takeover by Iran, Syria
Sources: Iran denies UN nuke agency camera request
The Associated Press
VIENNA (AP) — Iran has rebuffed a bid from the UN nuclear monitoring agency to beef up its monitoring ability at an important atomic site as it tries to keep track of the country's rapidly growing uranium enrichment capabilities, diplomats said ...
Iran rejects IAEA surveillance cameras
IAEA: Ahmadinejad election rival launched Iran nuclear program
Israel responds to IAEA reports regarding Iran and Syria
Romanian-American sentenced in Iran jet parts plot
MIAMI (Reuters) - The Romanian-born owner of a US aviation company was sentenced Thursday to nearly three years in prison for conspiring to ship parts for fighter jets and other military aircraft to Iran, prosecutors said. ...
Man gets nearly 3 years in Iran aircraft plot
US Man Imprisoned For Selling Military Parts To Iran
Plantation man sentenced to prison for shipping military parts to Iran
US envoy Dennis Ross lays out Iran options
By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US envoy Dennis Ross, in a new book he co-authored, raises the possibility of the use of military force against Iran should negotiations fail to head off Tehran's nuclear ambitions. Ross, who is leading the US ...
Commentary: Iran's nuclear work will go on
Rand study calls for de-escalating unilateral US pressure on Iran
EU should play key role in US negotiations with Iran, experts say
What If Israel Strikes Iran?
Wall Street Journal
By JOHN R. BOLTON Whatever the outcome of Iran's presidential election tomorrow, negotiations will not soon -- if ever -- put an end to its nuclear threat. And given Iran's determination to achieve deliverable nuclear weapons, speculation about a ...
Man Behind Iran Policy Faces Big Task
Key events in Iran since revolution
Group seeks to pressure Iran on nukes
June 12 Elections in Iran: A New Future?
Huffington Post, NY
By Elise Auerbach, Iran Specialist for Amnesty International USA Enormous crowds throng the streets of Tehran and great excitement is in the air. Commentators note that the June 12 presidential elections in Iran could be the most important election in ...
Iran's Ebadi says tomorrow's election is “litmus test”
Iran's election system
Iran's Election Brings Desire for Women's Rights Into Focus
Will Elections Loosen the Grip of Iran's Hard-liners?
Washington Post, United States
Iran's hard-liners frequently accuse such people of using "soft warfare" -- allegedly in collusion with state enemies, the United States in particular -- to penetrate Iranian culture, society and politics. Such "soft threats" are very real, ...
North Korea, Iran joined on missile work: US general
By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran and North Korea are working together to develop ballistic missiles and have made significant progress, the head of the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency said on Thursday. "It really is an international effort ...
President Obama's Solution to Iran Requires Missile Defense
mks Discuss Iran, EU, Branding
Sydney Morning Herald
I'm no Michelle Obama, says Iran's aspiring "First Lady"
I am Zahra Rahnavard," said the 61-year-old grandmother and professor, whose supporters believe she could become a pioneering 'first lady' of Iran. "But I do respect all women activists wherever they are in the world." Rahnavard said Mousavi would ...
Iran's Michelle Obama: Zahra is the country's new political star
Zahra Rahnavard: Iran's New First Lady (We Hope)
Zahra Rahnavard: Iranians Anoint Their 'Michelle Obama'