Iran's Hard-Liners Keep Their Criticism of Nuclear Pact to Themselves
New York Times
That pact, in which Iran's moderate government agreed to freeze parts of its nuclear program for six months in exchange for limited relief from crippling economic sanctions, was greeted with wild enthusiasm in most quarters here. A conspicuous ...
Rouhani: Iran to start building 2nd nuclear plant in Bushehr
Report: Iran Needs More Nuclear Power Plants
LYONS: Paving the way for a nuclear Iran
As senators work on Iran sanctions bill, White House lobbies lawmakers not to act
As much as any other foreign policy issue during his five years in office, the Iran sanctions question now finds President Obama at odds with a hefty portion of his own party's lawmakers, as well as most Republicans. A bipartisan juggernaut of senior ...
Senators say they'll press Iran sanctions as 'insurance'
Iran, powers to meet next week on carrying out nuclear deal
Obama maintains oil sanctions on Iran
Israel's new focus on the Iran nuclear deal
The interim nuclear agreement with Iran, touted by its proponents as a "historic deal", has been described as a "historic mistake" by Israel's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu. How will Israel react in the months ahead? The answer is to be found in ...
PM, under attack, insists he 'won't be silent' on Iran
Report: Israel Looking for Proof that Iran is Violating Deal
Israel, the Palestinians, and the Interim Nuclear Deal With Iran
Iran Deal Opens Door for Businesses
Wall Street Journal
LONDON—While Western powers have identified a small group of sectors for Iranian sanction relief, a much wider set of European and U.S. companies—from pharmaceutical firms and medical-equipment makers to food companies and traders—also stands ...
Iran Envoy Meets Kuwaiti Emir in Latest Outreach
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif conveyed a message from Rouhani on ways to improve relations between the two countries during his meeting in Kuwait with emir Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah, according to a report carried by the official Kuwait ...
Barack Obama and Iran: How safe is our world?
Iran says seeks better cooperation with Saudi Arabia
Iran's Zarif reassures Gulf Arabs over nuclear deal
The chalice that helped make possible the Iran nuclear deal
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — Many paths led to the international agreement to temporarily curb Iran's nuclear program: secret meetings in Oman, formal negotiations in Geneva, and a quiet encounter in New York involving two diplomats and an exquisite silver chalice in ...
The Breakthrough Iran Nuclear Deal Came After The Return Of A Priceless Artifact
US Gave Iran Antiquity to Resume Talks
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 ...
Iran sanctions eased after nuclear deal, but pinch still being felt
Final Iran deal needs to balance out the concessions
Iran nuclear deal foes rein in criticism
Senators Take Aim at Iran Deal
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The White House on Sunday faced sharp criticism of the Iran nuclear deal struck last week from members of both parties who say the accord doesn't go far enough. The U.S. and five other counties reached an interim deal to freeze the expansion of Iran's ...
The Iranian Nuclear Deal Is A Good One
This Thanksgiving had an extra reason to be thankful – the new deal between Iran and six superpowers. Last week, the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China (the P5+1 group) reached an interim deal with Iran to stop their ...
Deadly earthquake in Iran
At least eight people have been killed and scores injured when a 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck Borazjan, Iran on Thursday evening. Iranian president Hassan Rohani has issued a statement offering his condolences and appealing for emergency workers ...
At least 8 dead, dozens hurt, in quake in southern Iran