Iran Leader Not Optimistic About Talks With US
New York Times (blog)
TEHRAN — Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, threw some cold water on recent efforts to reinvigorate diplomatic contacts between Iran and the United States, saying he was not optimistic that any agreement would be reached, though he does ...
Iran's New President Reaches Out
New Iran president expected to tap US-educated advisers, bringing 'worldly ...
Iran's Khamenei says Washington 'not trustworthy' enough to forge ties
Iran Seeks Respite From Sanctions in Iraq
Wall Street Journal
Baghdad and Tehran have developed close ties under the Shiite-led government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, despite concerns by his opponents and Washington and its Arab allies, including Saudi Arabia, about Iran's expanding influence in the ...
Iran signs major deal to export gas to Iraq
Iran said it signed pipeline deal with Iraq
Iran signs deal to export gas to Iraq
An Opening in Iran
New York Times
When Iran's president-elect Hassan Rouhani takes office on Aug. 3, he will probably bring moderation to at least some aspects of Iranian nuclear policy. It would be tragic if Rouhani's ascent becomes yet another missed opportunity in the U.S.-Iran saga.
Iran: Missed opportunities and false hope
Perhaps the greatest failing of the Obama administration was its inability and-or unwillingness to grasp the import of Iran's Green Revolution and to support its aims. But that is not the only stumble with regard to the Islamic revolutionary regime ...
Iran mobile company indicted for ''insulting Sunnis''
Authorities in Iran have indicted the main mobile network operator, Irancell, on charges of insulting Sunni Muslims in an SMS competition. Irancell was strongly criticised by Iran's Sunni community over the contest, which allegedly insulted the Sunni's ...
Irancell apologizes for 'insulting' the Prophet's companion Umar
Report alleges Iran's president stole neighbor's land
Reza Kahlili, author of the award-winning book "A Time to Betray," served in CIA Directorate of Operations, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, counterterrorism expert; currently serves on the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, ...
Syria's Assad Risks Irrelevance By Relying On Iran
Having lost thousands of troops and militiamen from his Alawite sect as the war grinds through its third year, and anxious to preserve his elite loyalist units, Assad is now relying on Hezbollah from Lebanon and other Shi'ite militias allied with Iran ...
Iran Adds Military Aid to Syria as Russia Gives Money
Commentary: Hard as it will be, Obama must work with Iran to force out Syria's ...
NATO: Assad, Russia and Iran are prevailing in Syria
Iraq signs deal to import Iranian gas for power
BAGHDAD, July 22 (Reuters) - Iraq has signed an agreement to import natural gas from Iran for power generation, the electricity ministry said on Monday, in a move that could interfere with U.S efforts to cut off funds for Iran's nuclear development ...
Mike Rogers: China, Iran, and Russia Launching Cyber Attacks Against US
Washington Free Beacon
Chinese government-backed hackers have cost the United States nearly $2 trillion in “lost and stolen property” that was seized through illicit Internet attacks, Rep. Mike Rogers (R., Mich.), chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on ...
Iran increases steel production output in June
Iranian steel smelters also produced 4.055 million tons of steel products in spring 2013. They produced 1.193 million tons of crude steel in the Iranian calendar month of Khordad (May 22-June 21) as well as 1.295 million tons of steel products during ...
Iran's 1H crude steel output up 12.5%: WSA