What's Holding Up the Iran Nuclear Deal?
U.S. News & World Report
Iran and the P5+1 — the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany — failed to reach a final deal on Iran's nuclear program before the Nov. 24, 2014, deadline. However, they agreed in Vienna to a new March 2015 deadline for a ...
Iran nuclear talks 101
Corker Has Vital Role in Supporting Talks with Iran
US lawmakers to reintroduce Iran sanctions legislation
Iran deploys 'real Iron Dome' missile defense system
“Today Iran's Air Defense System has provided our country with an Iron Dome in its real sense and Iran's airspace is the safest in the region," said Mohammad Hassan Aboutorabifard, vice speaker of Iran's parliament, as quoted by local Fars news agency.
Iran claims to have built the 'Real Iron Dome' Missile Defense System
Iranian Journalists Stopped From Showing Solidarity With Paris Victims
Security forces in Tehran have prevented a gathering of Iranian journalists who were attempting to stage a demonstration to show solidarity with the victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. The demonstration was attempted on January 8 near the ...
Iran-Backed Militias Are Getting U.S. Weapons
These sources say that the Baghdad government, which was granted $1.2 billion in training and equipment aid in the omnibus spending bill passed last month, is turning hardware over to Shiite militias that are heavily influenced by Iran and have been ...
Mounting casualties raise questions about Iran's role in Iraq
Middle East Eye
The death of Iranian Brigadier General Hamid Taghavi in Iraq in late December underscores the depth of Iran's commitment to the fight against the Islamic State group (IS). Taghavi's seniority and real influence (beyond his official ranking) in the ...
The National Interest Online (blog)
The US-Iranian double game in nuclear talks
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tried to create space for a deal last weekend by arguing that Iran's economy shouldn't be hobbled by ideological factors, but Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei warned Wednesday that the United States couldn't be trusted to ...
US, Iran To Hold Bilateral Nuclear Talks Next Week
Iran, US to resume bilateral nuclear talks
Would Iran Start a Nuclear War?
War is Boring
Iran Sent an Assassin to Intimidate the Kurds
War is Boring
But Iran wants the Kurds to know that aid comes with a price. Especially since the Peshmerga—with an increasing amount of Western aid—are doing better than Iranian-backed Shia militias on the battlefield. It's enough for Tehran to fear losing ...
New York Times
Iran's Supreme Leader Is Skeptical of Nuclear Talks With US
New York Times
TEHRAN — Iran's supreme leader said on Wednesday that his country should find internal solutions for dealing with economic sanctions and that the United States could not be trusted to lift sanctions in the event that a nuclear agreement is reached.
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In Washington, Gantz warns against concessions with Iran
WASHINGTON -- At a dinner in his honor at the Israeli embassy in Washington, outgoing IDF chief of general staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz warned US defense staff, administration officials and congressmen that war might result from failed negotiations with ...
Gantz: Time is not right for Iran concessions
Don't give concessions to Iran: Israeli official
What an Iranian Funeral Tells Us About the Wars in Iraq
Qasem Suleimani as a symbol of the country's military might; the Iranian media love to present him as a formidable spirit who leads victorious campaigns against Iran's enemies. Some have likened Suleimani to John le Carré's fictional spy Karla, the ...