Netanyahu Is Said to View Iran Deal as a Possible Trap
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, stepping up his effort to blunt a diplomatic offensive by Iran, plans to warn the United Nations next week that a nuclear deal with the Iranian government could be a trap similar to one set by ...
Iran's elite military warns of dangers of dealing with US
Hardliners hold back as Iran waits for Rouhani and Obama to make history
Iran's Nuclear Program "Quite Advanced"
What would talks with Iran mean for Obama?
By Tom Curry, National Affairs Writer, NBC News. The stakes are high for President Obama heading into next week's U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York, as speculation mounts over a possible renewal of direct talks between the United States and ...
A US detente with Iran could be game-changing
While Iran and the US talk of peace, the real war keeps going
On eve of UN session, Obama finds unexpected diplomatic openings on Iran ...
Despite thaw, resolving Iranian nuclear dispute a huge challenge
LONDON (Reuters) - The diplomatic thaw between the West and Iran could quickly chill again if the two sides are unable to master the many moving parts of Tehran's disputed nuclear program under the weight of more than three decades of distrust.
White House indicates Obama could meet Iran president Rouhani at UN
The White House has left the door open to a personal encounter between Barack Obama and Iran's new reform-minded president, Hassan Rouhani, at the UN general assembly next week, amid signs that western powers plan to seize on recent diplomatic ...
Obama Finds a Pen Pal in Iran
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Few American presidents have held a deeper belief in the power of the written word than President Obama. And in few ways has that belief been more tested than in his frustrating private correspondence with the leaders of Iran, a country ...
Iran says it wants to resume talks
Iran's President Hasan Rowhani, speaking Sunday on the eve of a trip to New York to attend the U.N. General Assembly, said his country is “loyal” to its pledge not to seek nuclear weapons and seeks to resume talks with world powers to settle the standoff.
Both Opportunity and Peril Over Iran
WASHINGTON -- For a weakened but still ambitious President Obama, the biggest foreign-policy opportunity and danger of his presidency rolls into New York next week with the arrival of Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani. The Iranians have been signaling ...
Iran: Rouhani's courage offers cause for real hope
Today, the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, elected three months ago on a platform of "prudence and hope", arrives in New York to address the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, a few hours after the traditional opening speech by the host, President ...
As It Makes Overtures to Iran, US Strives to Reassure Israel
New York Times
WASHINGTON — As the Obama administration embarks on a highly visible diplomatic overture to Iran, White House officials are engaged in a quieter, behind-the-scenes effort to reassure Israel that they will not fall for the charms of Iran's new ...
Rouhani says Iran must retain right to enrich uranium in any deal with West
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that any deal with the West would have to recognize Iran's right to enrich uranium, as a record number of Iranian missiles capable of striking Israel were displayed at a military parade. The new Iranian ...