Man caught in 'uranium for Iran' sting
US prosecutors have charged a man from Sierra Leone with trying to sell undercover agents 1,000 tonnes of yellowcake uranium he thought would be shipped to Iran. He was arrested in New York with a sample of the toxic material hidden in his luggage, ...
Feds charge Miami-bound businessman with trying to ship uranium to Iran
Florida man accused of brokering uranium deal for Iran
Man accused of brokering uranium deal for Iran
Iran Said to Pave Over Site Linked to Nuclear Talks
New York Times (blog)
Iran has paved over large swaths of a restricted military base that United Nations nuclear inspectors have sought unsuccessfully to visit for years because they suspect it was once a laboratory for testing weapons triggers, an antiproliferation ...
Sanctions Biting but Iran Not Budging
Iran: Sanctions 'Have Proven to be Ineffective'
Possessing atomic bomb would threaten Iran: minister
Iran Oil Minister Vows to Revive Output as He Eyes Price War
“Revival of Iran's lost oil markets is among my top priorities,” Zanganeh told the Fars News agency this week. “We only ask those who have replaced us in the world's oil markets to know that when we are reentering these markets they will have to accept ...
Iran plans a strong return to oil markets: Zanganeh
Iran's oil minister tours South Pars
Iran shifts South Pars development strategy
President Obama Must Seize the Moment on Iran
There's been quite a bit of good news out of Iran this summer. It began with the election of Hassan Rouhani as President. Rouhani was the leader of Iran's nuclear negotiating team from 2003, when he was appointed by reformist President Mohammad ...
Sanctions Against Iran Mean a Tennis Referee Can't Work at the Open
New York Times (blog)
In an e-mail sent on behalf of Rich Kaufman, director of officials, the United States Tennis Association said “current United States law” prohibited the Open from “retaining the services of a resident of Iran.” The e-mail included an apology and ...
Appointment of Judge Rosemary Barkett as a Member of the Iran-United States ...
US Department of State (press release)
The U.S. Department of State announces the appointment of Judge Rosemary Barkett as a U.S.-appointed member of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal in The Hague. Judge Barkett will assume her duties at the Tribunal effective October 1, 2013.
Killer Apps: Meet Iran's Persian Gulf Base for Spy Drones and Midget Subs
Foreign Policy (blog)
Satellite imagery shows that Iran is expanding a drone base on the Persian Gulf island of Qeshm that sits next to the narrow strait through which 20-percent of the world's oil was shipped though in 2012. It's all part of a broader effort by Tehran to ...
1953 Coup d'Etat in Iran: “Perfidious Albion”- the View of the US National ...
Center for Research on Globalization
This week, to coincide with the sixtieth anniversary of the CIA-MI6 overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran, Mohammad Mossaddegh, on 19th August 1953, the (US) National Security Archive has released documents confirming the ...
We, the sovereign people; US interference in Iran recalled
Ecuador president blasts US-, UK-led 1953 coup in Iran
Iran and the resonance of the past
Iran Hints Nuclear Talks Could Include New Official
New York Times
Iran sent strong signals on Tuesday that its new foreign minister, an American-educated diplomat with a deep understanding of the United States, would assume the additional role of leading the Iranian delegation in talks with the major powers over Iran ...
Iran: Another Nuclear Official to Be Replaced
New York Times
Iran's longtime ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency will leave in September, news agencies reported Wednesday, making him the third senior Iranian nuclear official to be replaced under the new administration of President Hassan ...
Iran further altered possible nuclear site, satellite images show
Column: Iran a Bright Spot in a Bleak Middle East?
Satellite images show alterations at Iran's Parchin nuclear site