Annan launches Elders mission to Iran
Former UN chief Kofi Annan, head of a group of ex-global leaders known as the Elders, has started a visit aimed at boosting dialogue between Iran and the international community, according to media reports. Annan is accompanied by Martti Ahtisaari, ...
Annan Visits Iran With Tutu for 'Historic' Chance to Renew Ties
Swedish, Polish FMs to visit Iran for talks on bettering ties
Former global leaders to visit Iran
PM: Iran's stance on centrifuges means there can be no permanent accord
No permanent agreement with Iran over its nuclear program will be possible if Tehran continues to insist it will not dismantle a single centrifuge, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday. Netanyahu's comments, made at the opening of the weekly ...
Iran's Charm Offensive
Solving Obama's Iran dilemma
Iran sanctions threat ties US hands
Zakaria: Iran nuclear agreement a train wreck on the way
CNN speaks with Fareed about his interview this week with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. This is an edited version of the transcript. You can watch the full interview with Rouhani on "Fareed Zakaria GPS" this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN.
Iranian President Rouhani's trip to Davos gets good reviews at home
Los Angeles Times
Rouhani touted investment opportunities in Iran, met with European oil executives and stressed Tehran's desire to conclude a nuclear accord with world powers that could lift international sanctions. Back home, reaction to the president's Davos ...
Iran's Message at Davos Has Eerie Echo
New York Times
WASHINGTON — When President Hassan Rouhani of Iran commandeered the spotlight this week in Davos, Switzerland, with a message of peaceful intentions and a desire for dialogue, it was an eerie echo of 10 years ago, when Iran's last would-be change ...
How have economic sanctions impacted daily life in Iran?
Since November the news about Iran has focused on the deal to limit that country's nuclear program. But what is life like for average Iranians? NewsHour Weekend correspondent William Brangham reports on how sanctions have impacted daily life for the ...
Viewers respond to our report on life in Iran
This Other Deal With Iran Is Obsolete
Wall Street Journal
Last week, the six-month interim agreement between Iran and the P5+1 countries to freeze Iran's nuclear program went into effect. As the U.S. and its allies now prepare to negotiate a permanent agreement with Tehran, the Obama administration should ...
UN nuclear chief says still 'long way to go' on Iran
Yukiya Amano, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, made the comment as he won broad backing from the IAEA's 35-nation board for the U.N. body's expanded role in Iran to check that it complies with the accord over the next six months.
UN nuclear chief: Long way to go on Iran nuclear deal
Iran says no need for UN watchdog office in Tehran
No need for opening IAEA office in Tehran: Iran
Obama's Misplaced Faith in Iran
When President Obama announced in late November that a deal between the United States and Iran had been struck that would effectively halt Iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapon, supporters of the current administration hailed the success of diplomacy.
US and Iran Offer Clashing Accounts of the Civil War in Syria
New York Times
DAVOS, Switzerland — Secretary of State John Kerry and President Hassan Rouhani of Iran offered clashing accounts on Thursday of the civil war in Syria, and the role that Tehran is playing in the conflict. The contrasting assessments illustrated the ...
Syria peace talks incomplete without Iran
UN backs down in standoff over Iran, opening way for Syria peace talks
Ban's Syrian Bungle Defriends Iran's Mullahs