Christian Science Monitor
'Confrontation with Iran may be delayed to 2013'
By YAAKOV KATZ Defense official says sanctions beginning to show results, Israel is waiting to see what happens in upcoming nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1 group. By REUTERS A possible military confrontation with Iran may be postponed until ...
Officer: Iran could hit US if it came under attack
Iranian suspicion grows over Turkey's regional role
Clinton Says US Expects 'Concrete Commitments' From Iran Nuclear Talks
Iran frees vessel hijacked in Indian Ocean-report
DUBAI, April 3 (Reuters) - Iranian forces fought Somali pirates for two days to free a ship hijacked in the Indian Ocean last week and have arrested all 13 pirates, the semi-official Fars news agency quoted a navy official as saying on Tuesday.
Iran detains 13 alleged pirates after clash
Iran Captures 13 Pirates After Clash in Indian Ocean, Fars Says
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Impact of Iran Sanctions Widens
New York Times
The Iran sanctions effort led by the United States appeared to be causing new fractures in the Iranian economy on Tuesday, with leading oil companies in South Africa and Greece suspending imports of Iran's crude oil, further signs of emergency ...
Petronas's Engen S. Africa Unit Says Suspends Imports From Iran
S Africa To Decide In May Response To US Sanctions On Iran
Iran, South Africa and the US
Business Daily Africa
How Oil Sanctions Against Iran Impact Energy Stocks
Iran's effort to enrich nuclear fuel hasn't been accepted positively by western nations, especially in the US As a result, to paralyze the Iranian economy and tumble their nuclear ambitions, several countries led by Europe and the US have leveled ...
Japan insurers to cut Iran oil insurance coverage
Iranian oil standoff with Western world to push up April pump prices
China Iran crude imports seen based on demand
Wall Street Journal
Iran's Spymaster Counters US Moves in the Mideast
Wall Street Journal
By JAY SOLOMON And SIOBHAN GORMAN In the smoldering geopolitical feud between the US and Iran, spymaster Major-General Qasem Soleimani is emerging as director of the Islamic Republic's effort to spread its influence abroad and bedevil the West.
Greek refiner stops Iran oil buys, banking a problem
By Julia Payne | April 3 (Reuters) - Greece's top refiner Hellenic Petroleum has suspended purchases of Iranian crude in April as approaching sanctions on Tehran have made banking payments virtually impossible, a senior source at the firm said.
A nuclear Iran is too much to risk
By ALAN J. KUPERMAN - Los Angeles Times As calls mount, especially in Israel, for military action against Iran's nuclear program, the main counterargument has been seductively simple: Iran is rational. Indeed, our country's top military official, ...
The nuclear countdown in Iran
Iran Nuclear Weapons Issue: U.S. and Israel Playing a Dangerous Political Game
Why Israel Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Western Sanctions on Iranian Banks Make Trade Harder
Voice of America
April 03, 2012 Western Sanctions on Iranian Banks Make Trade Harder Michael Lipin The European Union's expulsion of 30 sanctioned Iranian banks from a global financial messaging service last month has made it significantly harder for Iranians using ...
The Daily Star
The End of the Saudi Oil Reserve Margin
Wall Street Journal
By JIM KRANE President Obama's sanctions plan on Iran follows an old Mideast policy playbook. Western moves against an oil-exporting country take place with the cooperation of Saudi Arabia. US strategy requires the Saudis to ramp up production and ...
Iran should forge better ties with Saudi Arabia: Rafsanjani
Iran's Rafsanjani Calls for Improving Relations With Saudis, Restoring US Ties
Iran should hold talks with the US - former president
Bill de Blasio Blasts Nissan's Iranian Connection
Mr. de Blasio sent out a statement and a string of Tweets today demanding the car company stop selling its wares to the Iranian regime. “You cannot do business with the people of New York City with one hand, and prop up the dangerous regime in Tehran ...
UANI, NYC Officials, Call on Nissan to Withdraw from Iran