Getting to 'Yes' With Iran - by Robert Einhorn
Foreign Policy (blog)
We don't yet know whether Hasan Rouhani's election as president of Iran will improve the prospects for a nuclear deal -- prospects that had dimmed significantly as a result of continued stalemate in the negotiations in the first half of 2013. But if ...
Exiled dissidents claim Iran building new nuclear site
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US Slams Syria, Iran Bid for Human Rights Council
The United States on Thursday slammed Syria and Iran for seeking seats on the U.N.'s Human Rights Council, saying their own rights violations are under U.N. investigation. Syria and Iran are candidates to join the 47-nation Geneva-based Council, along ...
Global powers to discuss Iran nuclear drive next week
BRUSSELS (AFP) – European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will hold talks in Brussels next week on Iran's contested nuclear drive with senior officials from six global powers, the first since Tehran elected a new president. Ashton's ...
Six powers to meet to discuss Iran nuclear dispute
US slams Syria, Iran bids to join UN Human Rights Council; Iran says it ...
UNITED NATIONS — The United States on Thursday slammed Syria and Iran for seeking seats on the U.N.'s Human Rights Council, saying their own rights violations are under U.N. investigation. Iran said later Thursday it had dropped out of the race after ...
Syrian bid for UN rights body criticized, Iran withdrew
Israel attacks possibility of Iran, Syria joining UN Human Rights Council
US slams bids by Syria and Iran to join the UN Human Right Council
Voice of America
Iran Launches National Email Service
Voice of America
Alex Vatanka, a scholar at the Washington-based Middle East Institute, said Iran has looked to the Chinese Internet censorship model, but was unsure to what extent China assisted with the national email system. He called the email service a gimmick and ...
Iran launches 'national email service'
Iran launches national email, extent of pre-election web controls revealed
Up yours, Google! Iran to launch OWN state email service
International Business Times
Iran's LNG Dreams Vanish as US Shale Gas Looms
Iran's ambition to exploit the world's biggest natural gas reserves, stymied for years by U.S. sanctions, faces an even sterner test as rising global output and the North American shale boom threaten to erode prices. The Persian Gulf state would need a ...
US Shale Boom May End Iran's Dreams of Developing World's Largest Gas ...
The Terror Threat and Iran's Inroads in Latin America
At the secret meeting, Venezuelan spymasters agreed to provide systematic help to Iran with intelligence infrastructure such as arms, identification documents, bank accounts and pipelines for moving operatives and equipment between Iran and Latin ...
The Iran-Hezbollah terror connection: What must be done
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'Don't attack', Iranian filmmaker says in Israel
JERUSALEM (AFP) – Exiled Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf has urged Israel not to attack arch-rival Iran over its nuclear programme, in a visit to the Jewish state to promote his new film. "I love you, but please do not attack Iran. It is not the ...
Weight of expectation: Kazemi carries Iran into NBA
(CNN) -- When Arsalan Kazemi was picked 54th overall in the 2013 NBA Draft, he knew his elevation to the sport's elite competition was about more than progressing his own career. "I don't do this just for myself and my family," the NBA's first Iranian ...
Hopes Rise for Appeal of Ex-Marine Held in Iran
New York Times
Prison life has markedly improved in recent weeks for Amir Hekmati, the former Marine incarcerated for nearly two years in Iran on spying accusations. His sister said he was now allowed weekly visits from three Iranian relatives, books, daily exercise ...
Report: Prison conditions continue to improve for Amir Hekmati, Flint native ...