Iran's nuclear program entails huge costs, few benefits: report
A report by the Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Federation of American Scientists said Iran's atomic work could not simply be ended or "bombed away" and that diplomacy was the only way to keep it peaceful.
Iran probably working on a nuclear weapon: IAEA chief
'Obama channeling Bush fever in Iran'
Iran Cools Nuclear Work as Vote Looms
AP Interview: UN Nuke Chief Concerned...
The U.N's top nuclear official expressed concern Tuesday that Iran may be secretly continuing work on nuclear weapons while his agency is tied up in protracted negotiations with the country on restarting an investigation into past suspected research ...
AP Interview: UN nuke chief says information indicates Iran may be continuing ...
Wall Street Journal
US struggling to contain nuclear threats from North Korea, Iran
After more than four years of diplomacy, the Obama administration is struggling to contain the nuclear threats posed by North Korea and Iran, a pair of nations already isolated internationally and resistant to the economic incentives offered in return ...
US restraint in Syria could aid Iran nuclear talks
North Korea Eclipses Iran as Nuclear-Arms Threat
The Guardian (blog)
Iran company aims for record with huge ice cream
An Iranian confectioner has made five tons of ice cream in hopes of setting a new world record for the largest tub of the dessert. The production drew hundreds of eager spectators to a ceremony north of the capital to taste the chocolate ice cream ...
FP Passport: Iran gains upper hand in ice cream cold war with United States
Iranian dairy company claims world record for the largest tub of ice-cream
Iran Grabs US Ice Cream Record: New Cold War?
The Guardian (blog)
Iran's Leaders Care More About Getting the Bomb than Helping Their People
In their pursuit of nuclear weapons, Iran's leaders are imposing severe and worsening economic hardship on their population. The government's statistics office said the rate increased in March to an annualized 31.5 percent, compared with 30.2 percent ...
Don't underestimate Ahmadinejad's chosen heir in Iran election
Sanctions Begin To Inflict Real Economic Pain In Iran
Sanctions push Iran inflation above 30 percent
Iran policy inanity comes to light
Washington Post (blog)
Seeking to ward off international pressure, Iranian nuclear officials have kept the country's stockpile of uranium enriched to 20% purity below 250 kilograms (550 pounds). Iran would need such an amount—if processed further into weapons-grade fuel—to ...
US Considers Sanctions Against Pakistan for Iran Pipeline
Voice of America
After nearly 20 years, there is considerable progress on the Iran-to-Pakistan "peace pipeline," with Iranian contractors starting work on Pakistani sections of the project, having finished nearly 900 kilometers of pipeline in Iran. That is of concern ...
Iran, Pakistan enjoy potential to expand trade ties: Official
Deputy head of the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPOI) for Marketing Affairs, Reza Tofiqi Zavareh, said on Monday that Chabahar free trade zone in southeastern Iran -- given its strategic and geo-political significance -- can have a great ...
Iran stresses expansion of trade relations with Pakistan
Official: Iran, Pakistan Enjoy Potentials to Boost Trade Ties
Iran develops indigenous fuel to run its nuclear reactors: Envoy
“Despite growing international pressure and sanctions against Iran to develop its nuclear program, the Islamic country has come up with its own indigenous fuel in response to the opposition and unavailability of uranium to run its nuclear reactors ...
Iran calls for expansion of relations with Armenia
In a meeting with Armenian Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan in Yerevan on Tuesday, Mehmanparast said Iran favors good relations with regional states, particularly its neighbors, and believes cooperation can help regional states' development.
Iranian MFA: Iran-Armenia ties are at highest level