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 ...
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Iran isn't actively supporting terrorist cells in Latin America and its influence is waning in the region after almost a decade of promises to increase investment, according to a State Department report. While Iran's interest in Latin America is a ...
Khamenei blames western 'stubbornness' for Iran's nuclear program
DUBAI - Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday the dispute over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program could easily be resolved if the West were to stop being so stubborn. While accusing the West of being more interested in ...
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Iran Burns 100 Tons of Illicit Drugs
Iran burned at least 100 tons of illicit drugs Wednesday, some in a Tehran ceremony attended by officials and foreign dignitaries, to highlight what it says are its unsupported efforts to stem the flow of narcotics across its territory to Europe ...
Over 100 tons of illicit drugs destroyed across Iran
Iran burns 100 tons of illicit drugs on intl. anti-drug day
The Economist explains How close is Iran to having a nuclear bomb?
The Economist (blog)
IRAN is putting up with sanctions that damage its economy rather than accept a deal limiting its nuclear programme. It has developed the capacity to enrich far more uranium than it needs for generating nuclear power or for medical research. And its ...
Iran's new president won't compromise: Column
That was when a relatively obscure, soft-line cleric named Mohammad Khatami unexpectedly emerged as the front-runner for the Iranian presidency. Khatami's subsequent victory electrified policymakers and the mainstream news media in Washington and ...
US-led anti-Iran bans adversely affect Souht Korea's economy: Officials
“The Korean economy is damaged in a sense because we had strong economic ties with Iran that have been hampered by the sanctions. The Korean economy could not benefit enough from the economic relations with Iran,” said, Jong Seok Kim, the dean of ...
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Iran: time for travelers to return?
(CNN) -- One thing did shock me on my visit to Iran last month: the immigration officer at Tehran Airport smiled as he stamped my passport. This rare travel incident set the tone for the rest of my trip. You wouldn't know it for all the diplomatic ...
Iran calls on Canada to respect rights of indigenous people
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