Iran Says Working With India to Resolve Dispute Over Tanker
Wall Street Journal
NEW DELHI—Iran said Friday Tehran and New Delhi are trying to resolve a dispute over an Indian oil tanker that Iranian naval authorities detained this week alleging that the vessel was polluting Iranian waters. India had denied Iran's allegation, with ...
Coincidence? Iran Seizes Indian Ship After India Cuts Oil Imports
Iran continues 'illegal coercion' and detention of ship, India fumes
Detention of ship purely technical and non-political issue: Iran to India
Wall Street Journal
Iran's Clerics Remain the Problem
New York Times
It is important to remember, however, that the American diplomats dealing with Iran suffer from a fundamental confusion about the nature of the Islamist state. The United States is accustomed to dealing with opportunistic Arab rulers but not with ...
Iran President's Cabinet Shows Dual Policy Track
Hassan Rouhani and Iran's nuclear opportunity
Iran cabinet signals reversal of Ahmadi-Nejad's policies
Iran: We Continue to Bypass Sanctions and Embargoes
Washington Free Beacon
The head of Iran's national oil company admitted on Friday that Iran has systematically bypassed and avoided Western economic sanctions on its oil exports, according to state run media reports. Ahmad Qalebani, the managing director of the National ...
Zanganeh: Iran eyes 4mn bpd oil output
Iran Oil Industry Buoyed by New Minister
Iran's oil minister outlines prioritized plans to restore oil sales
Iran's Parliament Grills, but Mostly Confirms, New President's Cabinet
New York Times
The proposed cabinet of Iran's new president, Hassan Rouhani, survived its confirmation hearings largely intact on Thursday after four days of grilling by the conservative-dominated Parliament, which accused some nominees of corruption or sympathies ...
The Malay Mail Online
Iran appoints pragmatist Salehi to head nuclear program
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani appointed outgoing Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi to head the Atomic Energy Organization on Friday, state media said, replacing a hardliner with a pragmatist to take charge of Tehran's nuclear ...
Salehi Returns As Iran Nuclear Chief
Iran appoints pragmatist Salehi to head nuclear programme
Iran's former FM to lead nuclear organization
Iran's Arab minority drawn into Middle East unrest
Arab insurgents blew up a gas pipeline in Iran last week and dedicated the attack to their brothers in arms in Syria, highlighting how the Syrian civil war is spreading into a region-wide proxy conflict that could blow back onto Iran. The blast, two ...
Here's how Iran censors the Internet
But earlier this year, two anonymous Iranians teamed up with Alex Halderman, a computer science professor at the University of Michigan, to conduct one of the first systematic studies of Iranian Internet censorship to be published outside Iran ...
The Website Categories that Iran's Internet Censors Block
South Korea's Iran oil imports up 38% in July
A recent report shows that South Korea's crude oil imports from Iran increased in July 2013 compared to a year earlier despite the US-led sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic's oil and financial sectors. South Korea imported 815,447 tons of ...
Why the democratic spring lies closer to Iran than to Egypt
Shervin Malekzadeh recently returned from Iran and is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Swarthmore College. A regular visitor to Iran and a participant in the 2009 Green Movement, his articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic ...
Obama has an opening with Iran
With a speed few predicted, Iran's new president, Hassan Rowhani, has signaled his interest in negotiations this autumn on Iran's controversial nuclear program. This could produce the first extensive contact between Washington and Tehran since ...