Iran expected to reject proposal for nuclear fuel swap
By Zvi Bar'el Tags: Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad IAEA Iran is likely to reject the offer to replace uranium enrichment with nuclear fuel, as it already produces it, according to a report in an Iranian newspaper quoting officials in the country's nuclear ...
How to sink Iran's regime? Sanctions, not bombs.
Israeli attack on Iran would be 'a stupid idea'
Netanyahu: No Israeli Strike on Iran in 'Days or Weeks'
UN atomic agency pressures Iran over Parchin site
VIENNA — The UN atomic agency's dogged focus on the Parchin military site in its probe into Iran's suspected nuclear weapons work is putting Tehran in a tight spot ahead of hugely important talks with world powers. In two high-level visits to Tehran ...
Powers urge Iran to open site to nuclear inspectors
Powers to Iran: open army site to nuclear inspectors
World powers stress diplomacy in Iran standoff
Effect of Oil Price on Income Wanes in US
For all the concern over the fallout from sanctions against Iran and the prospect of gasoline topping $4 a gallon in a US election year, the distress caused by rising oil prices is being mitigated by improved household purchasing power, a strengthening ...
Oil gains a second day on Greek deal, Iran
Shell to stop Iran crude buys ahead of EU embargo
Oil may fall on outlook for Iran negotiations: survey
Clinton seeks Korean help on Iran sanctions, new fuel sources so allies stop ...
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Friday it was helping South Korea and other nations look for new energy sources to wean themselves from Iranian oil so they can contribute to a US-led effort to chip away at the $100 billion in oil revenues ...
Hillary's "Toughest Sanctions" on Iran Won't Work
Clinton: S.Korea making progress in Iran sanctions talks
Iran held me hostage three decades ago. It shouldn't hold America hostage today.
I was 24 years old, and Iran was gripped by revolution. In a performance memo for my personnel file, my boss, the director of the State Department's Iran desk, later wrote that I had demonstrated qualities in captivity that would serve me well if I ...
Los Angeles Times
On bombing Iran -- scrunitizing Obama's views
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Asked to comment on the latest rhetoric from the campaign trail -- where Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich call him weak on Iran; where Romney says Iran will obtain "the bomb" if Obama wins in November -- the president laid out the case for ...
Presidential campaign inevitably boosts war with Iran
How Iran Could Save America
Minnesota Public Radio
Analysis: Is Iran's Khamenei flirting with the 'Great Satan'?
By Elise Labott Does recent - and rare - praise by Iran's supreme leader for President Barack Obama's efforts to dampen war talk suggest the regime is making an overture toward the United States? According to Iran's state-run Press TV, Ayatollah Seyyed ...
Iran offers rare praise for 'the Great Satan'
On Iran, signs of bipartisanship among MN's delegation
A Power Struggle in Iran
The Associated Press
Is Iran's retaliation to a pre-emptive strike a price worth paying for Israel?
By Crispian Balmer JERUSALEM — Although Israel can expect a barrage of missiles from various fronts if it attacks Iran, the response might be less catastrophic than some predict, with Middle East turmoil distracting old foes, analysts say.
Hamas unclear about role in Israel-Iran fighting
Hamas denies it intends to stay out of Israeli war with Iran
Hamas to stay out of Israel-Iran fight
Globe and Mail
OPEC pumps record volumes despite demand worry
* OPEC keeps 2012 world oil demand growth unchanged * High prices, Europe heighten uncertainty, may crimp demand * Iran oil production edges down * Eyes on IEA oil demand forecasts due next week By Zaida Espana and Dmitry Zhdannikov March 9 (Reuters) ...
OPEC: Iran's oil output decreases by 37000 bpd
Mullen warns of little talk with Iran
HOUSTON – Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen warned on Friday tensions with Iran could take a turn for the worse due to a lack of communication. “I am concerned because we have had no effective communication with the Iranians since ...