Talk to Iran's New President. Warily.
New York Times
THE election of Hassan Rowhani as Iran's new president has created a sense that there are new possibilities of progress on the nuclear issue; we need to respond, but warily. Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, allowed Mr. Rowhani to win the ...
Rohani optimistic about further expansion of Iran-Cuba ties
Caution over Iran well placed
Iran's president-elect praises ties with Russia
Saudi says 'cannot be silent' at Iran, Hezbollah role in Syria
JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia regards the involvement of Iran and Hezbollah in Syria's civil war as dangerous and believes the rebels must be offered military aid to defend themselves, the kingdom's foreign minister said on Tuesday.
S. Arabia Condemns Iran, Hezbollah Involvement in Syria
KSA slams Iran, Hezbollah intervention in Syria
Saudi Arabia Says It 'Cannot Be Silent' At Iran, Hizbullah
Rohani's Wave of Support Matched by Task of Fixing Iran Economy
When Hassan Rohani won Iran's presidential election this month, he garnered more votes than when his predecessor swept to power eight years before. He also gained a larger list of things to fix. Rohani, 64, a lawyer, cleric and former diplomat ...
Namazi celebrates World Cup berth with Iran
In much of the world, soccer is one of the few events that stirs more emotions than a national election. Over a recent four-day period, Iran embraced the euphoria of both. On June 14, Iranians poured into polling places to elect Hassan Rouhani — an ...
Close wins put Australia, Iran into '14 Cup / S. Korea slips through on goal ...
Iran file FIFA complaint about South Korea violence
Time ripe for Iran reset
Editor's note: Ali Vaez is the International Crisis Group's senior Iran analyst. The views expressed are the writer's own. The history of Iran-U.S. relations is littered with missed opportunities. The Obama administration should make sure that the ...
Report: Security forces dismantle terrorist sabotage network in southern Iran
The report on Tuesday did not say how many suspects were involved or give their names. It said the network had links with the CIA, Israel and some neighboring "reactionary" Arab nations. From time to time Iran announces that it has dismantled espionage ...
Iran Says it Dismantled Israeli-Linked Terrorist Network
Report: Iran dismantles terrorist sabotage network
Iran condemns deadly bomb attacks in Iraq
The persistent bombings in Iraq and the killing of innocent people on the account of their religious beliefs is a crime against humanity and aimed at sowing sectarian violence in the Muslim country, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas ...
Litigating Iran Sanctions
Wall Street Journal- India
Irrational because Iran's ayatollahs could use other banks, including other Iranian banks, to meet their financing needs; and disproportionate because the U.K. Treasury hadn't proved to the court that Mellat was complicit in financing nuclear ...
Palestinians back Iran nuclear program: Survey
A new opinion poll shows the majority of Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories support Iran's nuclear energy program, despite Israeli accusations of military diversion in Tehran's nuclear activities. The survey conducted by Professor Sami ...
State secrets: Kerry's department downplays Iran's role in Latin America ...
Iran is not supporting active terrorist cells in the Western Hemisphere, according to a State Department report set to be released this week that is likely to ignite a major battle with Capitol Hill. Although the number of Iranian officials operating ...