The Iran deal
THE interim deal concluded on November 24th between six world powers and Iran is much better than its many critics allow. In return for six months of “limited, temporary…and reversible” relief from some international sanctions, Iran has said it will ...
US extends Iran oil sanctions waivers to China, India, South Korea
Zarif: Iran will not enter nuclear negotiations that include Israel
UN Nuclear Inspectors Invited to Iranian Facility
OPEC Rift Emerging Over Iraq Output, Possible Return of Iran
Wall Street Journal
Tensions are emerging within the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries over which member countries should trim oil production to make room for a resurgence in Iraqi exports and the possible return of more Iranian crude to world markets if ...
Yedlin: Oil world awaits return of Iran
Iran sees nuclear deal implementation starting by early January
VIENNA (Reuters) - The implementation of a landmark deal between Iran and world powers to curb Tehran's nuclear program in return for some sanctions relief is expected to start by early January, its envoy to the U.N. atomic agency said on Friday.
US: Tough sanctions on Iran remain
The Obama administration said on Friday that it was maintaining tough oil-related sanctions against Iran even though the U.S. and five other world powers have signed an initial deal with Tehran to curb its nuclear program and prevent it from developing ...
Obama maintains oil sanctions on Iran
In Iran, human rights cannot be sacrificed for a nuclear deal
Even as Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sat with his Western counterparts last weekend in Geneva, shaking hands and celebrating the interim six-month nuclear deal, the lifeless body of a young man hung from a crane in a bleak public ...
Final Iran deal needs to balance out the concessions
THE FACT sheet distributed by the Obama administration about the nuclear agreement with Iran is notable for its omissions. The 2,000-word document, like President Obama's televised statement Saturday night about the deal, stresses Iran's pledge to cap ...
Iran shakes up foundation controlled by Ayatollah's business empire
LONDON (Reuters) - A multi-billion dollar organization controlled by Iran's supreme leader shook up the management of its charity division, appointing as its new chief a man involved in the confiscation of thousands of properties from Iranian citizens.
French carmakers poised for scramble to reclaim Iran
PARIS/DUBAI (Reuters) - Peugeot (PEUP.PA) and Renault (RENA.PA) are among Western firms sending executives to an automotive conference that opens in Iran on Saturday - firing the starting gun on a more overt race for post-sanctions business.
'Israel, US to stage large-scale military drill when Iran nuclear deal expires'
The drill, scheduled for May – which coincides with the deadline for talks between Iran and the international community – will come after a period in which Israel will seek to enhance further the military threat against Iran, the report said, citing an ...
Iran & the longest-held US hostage
New York Post
Levinson's captivity passes that of Terry Anderson, who was held for 2,454 days in the late '80s, also by agents of Iran. The milestone serves as a useful reminder of the nature of the regime America is dealing with as the administration negotiates ...