The Weekly Standard (blog)
Gaza War emboldens Iran's leaders
Middle East Eye
The war in Gaza has been met with expected defiance and bravado in the Islamic Republic of Iran, which has tried hard for three decades to establish itself as a key stakeholder in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. As far as Iran is concerned, the most ...
As I see it: Iran is the real threat, and the US is on its side
Iran says Egypt dragging its feet on allowing aid to Gaza
Did Iran Scuttle the Ceasefire in Gaza?
Tasnim News Agency
Iran plans liquid fuel delivery to Iraq, Afghanistan
c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_edim_04_iran-iraq(2).jpg Iran plans to provide fuel oil and diesel fuel to Afghanistan and Iraq in the near future when more phases of the South Pars gas field come on-stream, an Iranian Oil Ministry official says.
Iran Plans to Boost Energy Exports
Iran Planning to Boost Fuel Exports to Iraq, Afghanistan
Iranian opposition leaders press Obama administration to back them, seek ...
Behrooz Sarshar has clear hopes for his native Iran: “We want to be free, independent, and a good friend for America and the West. This is what we want." A former colonel in the Iranian police under the reign of the shah, he is one of a group of ...
Courting Iran Despite Everything
Collateral damage: How Iran sanctions fears hurt humanitarian trade
Will sanctions work against Russia? Iran's experience offers a few clues.
Washington Post (blog)
When the United States first threatened Russia with sanctions in April, Iranian officials reportedly cautioned the Kremlin against ignoring the American warnings. Having experienced the effect of such restrictions on their own country, the Iranians ...
Analysis: What the Gaza war means for Iran
Long War Journal
Iran is also seeking to solidify its bonds with Hamas, which were severely strained during the Arab Spring due to differences over the future of Syria and the Assad regime. PIJ on the other hand has long been backed by Iran, and at one point in its ...
Booze-free Iran opens first state-run rehab centre
TEHRAN, Iran -- An Iranian semi-official news agency says the country has opened its first, state-run alcoholism rehab and treatment centre. A report Friday by the ISNA news agency says Iran's first alcoholism treatment centre was inaugurated in at the ...
Iran opens first state-run alcohol rehab center
Iran urged to release detained Washington Post journalist
Iran is facing mounting pressure to release the Washington Post's correspondent in Tehran, who was arrested more than a week ago in what was seen as the latest move against press freedom in the country. Jason Rezaian, who has dual Iranian and ...
Rights Group Urges Iran to Release Detained American Journalist
Iran frees US-Iranian, three journalists still held: source
Iran should free Post journalist Jason Rezaian and his colleagues immediately
Lawmakers Voice Skepticism on Iran Nuclear Deal
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration officials engaged in nuclear negotiations with Iran ran into a wall of skepticism at two congressional hearings on Tuesday, with members of both parties insisting on a vote on any final agreement with the Tehran ...
Iran hawks make alternate demands on nuclear deal
US negotiator refuses to give hard deadline for Iran deal
Does Iran really pose an existential threat to Israel?
Bipartisan indictment of Iran and Gaza policies
Washington Post (blog)
On Iran, Ross put it this way: “What can be different in the next 4 months? . . . We need to find a way to put pressure on the Iranians. Based on what we saw in the first six months, more has to happen than the [existing] sanctions.” Council on Foreign ...
War in Gaza: A chance for Iran, Hamas to turn a page?
When Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei this week called on the "Muslim Nation" to set aside differences and unite against Israel, he was in fact pitching Iranian leadership. Other Muslim leaders speak in such terms. The difference is Iran ...