Obama defends Iran nuclear deal
President Obama said Saturday the odds of a long-term nuclear deal with Iran are no better than 50-50, but diplomacy remains the best chance to deprive Tehran of the means to make nuclear weapons. "It is important for us to test that proposition during ...
Obama defends interim Iran deal, seeks to assure Israel
Obama Says He Can Envision Nuclear Deal With Iran
Obama defends nuclear deal with Iran
Hagel addresses Arab leaders' concern over Iran deal
These are nervous times in the Gulf region. But they are not without hope. The interim nuclear deal struck by six major world powers and Iran last month could be the first step toward a new-- and less contentious-- regional landscape. But many Arab ...
US reassures Gulf allies wary over Iran
Qatar pushes for Gulf Arab inclusion in Iran talks
Chuck Hagel reassures Gulf nations Iran deal will not stop flow of US arms
Iran takes charm offensive to the Gulf
The scale of Iran's diplomatic ambition may be measured by the increasing number of stamps in its foreign minister's passport. Since taking the job in August, Mohammad Javad Zarif has held talks in New York; gone to Geneva three times in order to reach ...
Iranian President Defends Interim Nuclear Deal
Iran's president defended an interim nuclear deal that eases some of the international community's crippling economic sanctions in return for a freeze on part of the Islamic Republic's uranium enrichment activities, saying Saturday that improving the ...
Obama: Chances for Final Iran Deal 50-50 or Worse
President Barack Obama said Saturday he believed the chances for a comprehensive nuclear agreement with Iran are 50-50 or worse, yet defended diplomacy as the best way to prevent Tehran from acquiring atomic weapons. During a question-and-answer ...
Iran presses ahead with uranium enrichment technology
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran is moving ahead with testing more efficient uranium enrichment technology, a spokesman for its atomic energy agency said on Saturday, in news that may concern world powers who last month agreed a deal to curb Tehran's atomic ...
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Rouhani defends nuclear pact in Iran as US tries to ease Gulf fears
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, left, has been trying to convince skeptics of the nuclear deal in Iran while U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is telling Gulf countries the U.S. remains committed to the region. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images ;Chip ...
Obama defends Iran deal
Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama defended his administration's nuclear deal with Iran, arguing that the ground had been set for a comprehensive agreement that would make the United States, Israel and the Middle East safer, but warning that all ...
Obama Says Testing Iran Is Best Way to Halt Nuclear Program (1)
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about Iran, the U.S. and Israel at the Saban Forum hosted by the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., on December 7, 2013. Photographer: Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images.
Rouhani addresses Iran's divided students
TEHRAN — Iran's new president, Hassan Rouhani, reiterated in a key speech Saturday his commitment to the twin goals he has set for himself of maintaining the Islamic republic's nuclear activities while also helping the country emerge from years of ...