Iran

After the Iran deal: how to make the most of the next 15 years

If the US wants to make the Iran deal stick, we have to face up to our broken nuclear promises A major sticking point for universal support for the Iran deal is the worry expressed repeatedly by doubters and supporters…

Nuclear negotiations demonstrated US-Iran respectful engagement

Since 2002 when the United States first accused Iran of developing nuclear weapons, there was barely a day when one couldn’t find a headline on the press about Iran’s nuclear program. Literally thousands of news stories, reports, articles and commentaries…

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—The Iran Deal: the solution to a problem that never was

The “real” problem is Israel’s real 80-200 warheads, potential Saudi proliferation – and the ‘end of the world’ problem: the same old US/Russia potential apocalypse that has been waiting in the wings since the early 1960s and hasn’t gone away.…

Peace, Force and Joy to the people of Iran

The Humanist Association of Hong Kong wishes to congratulate the Iranian people, and the negotiators on Iran’s team, who have been dealing patiently with the world powers to get this agreement lifting sanctions in return for limiting Iranian nuclear activity.…

Nuclear deal is great but problems ahead

By Dr. Farhang Jahanpour, Oxford University, TFF Board member   The announcement of the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers is a rare moment in history that gives us hope and provides a basis for optimism. Ms. Mogherini said:…

Congratulations and thank you, Iran!

  Much better on the 14th of July, the French Revolution Day, than the 13th would have been. And it is a kind of revolution – namely, solving problems at the table rather than through yet another failed, counterproductive and…

Lifting sanctions contributes much to prosperity of average Iranians

Iran Review’s Exclusive Interview with Scilla Elworthy By: Kourosh Ziabari On the final day of the Global Media Forum 2015 and while I had only a couple of hours to pack my luggage and depart from Bonn to Frankfurt and…

Iran nuclear deal: real issue is whether Americans have “political will”

This week finds me in Vienna covering the P5+1 and Iranian nuclear negotiations, and I can honestly say that it’s hard to call the outcome of the talks right now. Don’t depend on the global media to help much either.…

‘We Ain’t Found Shit’

Scott Ritter explains why Iran shouldn’t accept ‘no notice’ inspections of its nuclear sites Scott Ritter Nuclear negotiations between Iran and what’s known as the P-5 + 1 group of nations (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China…

Any Iran-US rapprochement will weaken Israel’s influence

Iran and the group of six world powers have about one month to make history and reach a comprehensive agreement to end the standoff over Iran’s nuclear program. Officials in Tehran have already indicated that they would be open to…

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