China: a lifeline for Iran and its oil exports?
Christian Science Monitor
As Europe and the US tighten sanctions on Iran, China remains the largest buyer of Iranian oil and has played down economic sanctions as an effective way to influence Tehran. By Peter Ford, Staff writer / January 15, 2012 There were few signs that US ...
Iran warns of consequences if Arabs back oil sanctions
Iran has naval supremacy over Strait of Hormuz: admiral
Iran confirms receiving US Hormuz letter
Islamic Republic News Agency
Preventing a Nuclear Iran, Peacefully
New York Times
Washington THE debate over how to handle Iran's nuclear program is notable for its gloom and doom. Many people assume that Israel must choose between letting Iran develop nuclear weapons or attacking before it gets the bomb. But this is a false choice. ...
US, Israel postpone military exercise amid tension with Iran
IR Iran will retaliate its scientists' assassinations: Moslehi
UK: Europe Will Adopt Sanctions on Iranian Oil
Iran moves the Doomsday Clock closer to midnight
And one of the biggest reasons the clock's minute hand has been moved one minute closer to Doomsday is Iran. All of this was brought into sharp focus this past week by the assassination in broad daylight of Iranian nuclear scientist, Mostafa Ahmadi ...
US Balances Israel Relationship as Tensions Rise Over Iran
15 (Bloomberg) -- US coordination with Israel on Iran policy is intensifying as the Obama administration's top military adviser prepares for his first trip to Tel Aviv since taking office in September. President Barack Obama spoke to Israeli Prime ...
Netanyahu deputy voices 'disappointment' with Obama on Iran
Netanyahu deputy "disappointed" with Obama on Iran
Israel calls for tougher US sanctions on Iran
Iran warns on output rise after sanctions
By Monavar Khalaj in Tehran and Javier Blas in London Iran has warned Saudi Arabia and other members of the Opec cartel not to boost their oil production to make up for any shortfall created by western sanctions against Tehran. ...
Raising new concerns, Iran warns Gulf Arab producers to not ramp up production
China, Saudi sign energy deals during Wen visit
China's Wen presses Saudi Arabia for oil access
Report: Iran presidential adviser sentenced
TEHRAN, Iran—An Iranian news website says a court has sentenced President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's press adviser to one year in prison on the charge of insulting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The Sunday report by Mashreghnews says Ali Akbar ...
Series of incriminations rips through Iran's conservative camp
Ahmadinejad aide convicted over slur on Iran leader
Iran increases war of words with the West as it accuses Britain of triggering ...
Sir John was quoted at the time as saying that intelligence-led initiatives were needed to make it more difficult for countries like Iran to develop nuclear weapons. He said one of the agency's roles was to investigate efforts by states to build atomic ...
UK's William Hague says Europe will adopt tough new sanctions on Iranian oil ...
What's behind Europe's tough stance on Iran?
Stopping Iran's nukes
Iran to Build First Privately Funded Oil Terminal, Mehr Says
Iran plans to build its first privately financed oil-export terminal at a port on the nation's western coast, the state-run Mehr news agency reported, citing the managing director of National Iranian Oil Terminals Co. The facility, to begin operation ...
Iran not to rebate oil customers
Iranian Asghar Farhadi's 5th film, 'A Separation'
San Francisco Chronicle
"A Separation" takes an Iranian marriage on the rocks and sends it to court. Husband Nader and wife Simin, a modern secular couple in Tehran, are about to leave the country, a move that they hoped might change their lives. But Nader's aging father is ...
Iran: Acclaimed Director Protest Shutdown of Cinema Guild
With 'A Separation' Up For Major Award, Film Festival Links Iran With Western ...
Iran's Relations With Latin America Less Than Meets The Eye
By Charles Davis Its economy hurting from sanctions imposed by the United States and Europe, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been making a show of bolstering its ties to Latin America, with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad this past week making his sixth ...
'Iran's dynamic diplomacy baffles US'
Iran's Ahmadinejad Finds Few Allies in Latin America
Ahmadinejad Stresses Iran, Latin America's Common Stance on Int'l Issues