The Guardian (blog)
Demonising nuclear Iran
As the crucial phase of the nuclear negotiations between the P5+1 and Iran began in Vienna recently, the fate of the agreement hangs by a thread. A wide chasm separates the declared positions of the two sides in regard to the enrichment capabilities ...
Nuclear Talks With Iran Fail to Yield Pact, Officials Say
US warns 'time is short' as Iran nuclear talks make little progress
Iran nuclear talks hit a wall in Vienna
Iran vows to 'destroy the US Navy'
A top Iranian naval commander said that he is prepared to order suicide attacks, drone strikes, and missile technology to “destroy the U.S. Navy” in any upcoming confrontation, according to an interview printed in Iran's state-run media. Iranian Naval ...
If Iran Attempted To Do What It Just Claimed It Wants To Do, It Wouldn't Be Pretty
The Iran you won't hear about from Ottawa
The Globe and Mail
The group spent 10 days in Iran, visiting Tehran, Qom, Isfahan and Shiraz, meeting with two senior ayatollahs, business people, students, the chamber of commerce, diplomats. Obviously they didn't meet the Revolutionary Guards or secret police, very ...
Moving ahead Despite the smiles in Vienna, the gaps are still wide
A MOOD of workmanlike optimism was palpable as negotiators from Iran and the P5+1 (the UN security council's permanent members plus Germany) arrived in Vienna this week for talks that some now think could result in a deal being signed on July 20th.
Iranian Reality Check
Iran says it built copy of captured US drone
Iran nuclear deal may leave program in place
Iran recruiting Afghans to help Assad in Syria
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, which organizes and commands Shi'ite militias in Syria, is reportedly offering Afghan recruits $500 a month, residency in Iran and school registration for their children. According to the UN, there are one million ...
Report: Iran recruits Afghans for Syria war
Iran Pays Afghans to Fight for Assad
Iran Recruiting Afghans to Fight in Syria
Drone wars: Iran takes on the US, sparking concern
In a short video of a ceremony that occurred during an unexpected visit, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei sits in front of an Iranian-made drone copy of the advanced CIA spy drone, the RQ-170 spy plane. Khamenei is filmed listening to an Iranian ...
Iran and the US: An inverted prisoner's dilemma
And yet, despite widespread expectations that Iran would fail to negotiate in good-faith, it now appears that complications on the US side are most likely to pose the greatest challenge to diplomacy. At this advanced stage of the diplomatic process ...
Little progress seen as Iran nuclear talks adjourn
Los Angeles Times
A crucial round of international negotiations over Iran's nuclear program ended abruptly Friday with Western diplomats acknowledging they had made less headway than they had hoped and complaining that Iran is holding up their effort to seal a historic ...
Iran Nuclear Talks Round Ends With Big Setbacks
Iran nuclear talks stalled Friday, casting a shadow on earlier advances and denting hopes that Tehran and six world powers will meet a July 20 target date for a deal meant to curb Iran's atomic program while ending sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
No deadlock in Iran nuclear talks: Velayati
A top aide to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says he does not believe that the nuclear talks between Iran and the six world powers have reached a deadlock. Speaking to reporters after his meeting with the French Foreign ...