Breaking The Silence Between The U.S. And Iran
Tension, distrust, hostility: For more than 30 years, those words have described the relationship between Iran and the United States. But there's one other overriding word to describe it: silence. Since 1979, no American president had spoken with a ...
Netanyahu Dressed Down After Appeal to Iranians
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Iran insists on right to enrich uranium
Iran's foreign minister said on Monday that his country has the "absolute right" to enrich uranium on its soil, the ISNA news agency reported, ahead of talks on the country's nuclear programme scheduled for later this month. "The mastery of civil ...
Iran's Unanswered Questions
Iran's 'charm offensive' not to be trusted: Bercovici
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US opens door to Iran taking part in Syria peace conference
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Monday it would be more open to Iran taking part in a long-delayed peace conference on Syria if Iran publicly backed a 2012 statement calling for a transitional government in Syria. The United States ...
Assad Places War Jets in Iran for Safety
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Reports: Syria Transferring Jets, Chemical Weapons to Iran, Hezbollah
Foreign Policy (blog)
Is Iran the Next China?
Foreign Policy (blog)
Thomas Friedman had a mostly sensible column in yesterday's New York Times, in which he endorsed the crazy, dangerous, irrational, doesn't-make-any-sense-at-all idea of seriously negotiating with Iran. Not only did he correctly note that Iran might see ...
Israel's Final Warning on Iran
With no military threat, Iran has no incentive to stop its nuclear progress. Iran might well conclude that the sanctions could disappear in the course of endless rounds of diplomacy. No one in Israel seeks war, but a central tenet of its own defense ...
Iran calls for new offer from world powers before talks
DUBAI (Reuters) - World powers negotiating with Tehran over its disputed nuclear program must come up with new proposals before talks in Geneva on October 15-16, Iran's foreign minister said. The United States wants Iran to respond to proposals by ...
Denim diplomacy: Netanyahu incites Iranian ire with jeans gaffe
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu may have sought to induce Iranians in a 'historic' interview with the BBC's Persian service, but a casual claim that people in the Islamic Republic are banned from wearing jeans was one fashion faux pas many could not bear.
The US, Iran and the Nuke Test Ban Treaty
American diplomat Richard Rush once said that "time" was "the best negotiator." Time may also have convinced Iran that it's just not worth it to pursue a nuclear weapons program." Iran's actions in the coming months will tell the tale of course. While ...
Iran Says It Has Arrested 4 In Nuclear Sabotage Plot
Iran has arrested four people who it says were intent on sabotaging facilities in its nuclear program. The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the four are now being questioned. "Some time ago, a number of people were arrested in one of ...
Four people arrested in Iran accused of trying to sabotage nuclear site
At least four people have been arrested in Iran for trying to sabotage a nuclear site, an Iranian official has been quoted by the country's media as saying. The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, Ali Akbar Salehi, said officials had monitored ...