The Iran-North Korea Axis of Proliferation
Both Iran and North Korea are subject to a growing stack of sanctions with which the United Nations, since 2006, has been demanding an end to their illicit nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Yet these two rogue states continue doing business with ...
The Rise and Fall of Iran in Arab and Muslim Public Opinion
Policy discussions here in the U.S. about Iran and its nuclear program most often focus exclusively on Israeli concerns. Ignored are Arab and Muslim attitudes, especially those of Iran's Arab and non-Arab Muslim neighbors. It is known that several Arab ...
The decline of Iran in Muslim eyes
Report Reveals Overwhelmingly Negative Attitudes Towards Iran Among its ...
Congress Gets in the Way
New York Times
If there is any hope for a peaceful resolution of the nuclear dispute with Iran, President Obama needs Congress to support negotiations. But negotiations and compromise are largely anathema in Washington, with many lawmakers insisting that any deal ...
Petition: Senate: No Backdoor to Iran War!
Seal the Deal With Iran
New York Times
IN the aftermath of the summit meeting in Kazakhstan between Iran and the great powers, there is an unusual sense of optimism in the relevant capitals. While in the past Iran's media and politicians greeted such meetings with denunciation and pledges ...
US envoy walks out of nuclear meeting over Iran's Israel remark
Thank god. Some right thinking on Iran
BERMAN: The coming showdown for democracy in Iran
Iran makes progress due to strong stance: Jalili
In a meeting with Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Akitaka Saiki in Tehran on Saturday, SNSC Secretary Saeed Jalili stated that Iran has successfully expanded its relations with other countries since the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979 and ...
Jalili calls for durable Iran-Japan relations to proceed
Nateghi wins silver for Iran in Asia cycling championships
Iranian cyclist Hossein Nateqi has claimed the first silver medal for Iran to raise the country's total medal count in the 33rd Senior and 20th Junior Asian Cycling Championships in India. On Saturday, the 26-year-old Iranian stood finished second in ...
Iran cycling contingent fumes over late visa clearance
Argo, the Iran hostage crisis and US-Iran relations: a Q&A with Ambassador ...
The Stanford Daily
On March 9, Ambassador John Limbert, formerly a deputy assistant Secretary of State and a senior diplomat, sat down with The Daily to talk about his life in the Foreign Service. Held captive for 444 days in the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, Limbert spoke ...
Special Report: New evidence continues to accumulate showing how Official Washington got key elements of the Watergate and Iran-Contra scandals wrong, especially how these two crimes of state originated in treacherous actions to secure the powers of ...
Woodward Blasts Obama on Iran Move
In recent decades, Watergate reporter Bob Woodward has blundered in fawning books on Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and President George W. Bush – and now finds a threat in a routine exchange with a White House official. But overlooked ...
Iran, Venezuela ties not changed by Chavez death: Iranian VP
Iran's Vice President for International Affairs Ali Saeedlou says the death of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez will not undermine relations between Tehran and Caracas. Saeedlou on Saturday rejected some Western media reports that the death of the former ...
Iran's Ahmadinejad criticized over Chavez remarks
Iran's Latin Buddy
Iran Leader Lambasted for Tribute to Chávez