P5+1

How can we move forward after the US withdrawal from the Iran deal?

by Zain Hussain for BASIC*. The Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPoA) is an international agreement restricting Iran’s nuclear programme, chiefly its uranium production and stockpile capacity and its heavy water reactor and production facilities. In response to Iranian compliance, it…

Obama signs executive order lifting Iran sanctions

US President Barack Obama has signed an executive order lifting US economic sanctions on Iran, the White House announced. The White House made the announcement on Saturday, after US Secretary of State John Kerry issued a statement confirming the International…

IAEA inspectors monitoring Iranian nuclear complex modification

A large number of International Atomic Energy Organization (IAEA) inspectors have arrived in Iran to monitor the modification of the Arak nuclear complex which will be completed within the next few days, an Iranian official says. Atomic Energy Organization of…

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.…

IPPNW Statement on the Nuclear Agreement with Iran

The agreement on Iran’s nuclear programs announced today by Iran and the United States is welcome news for a number of reasons. The terms of the deal, negotiated over a 20-month period by diplomats from Iran and six other States,…

Key points of historic nuclear deal reached by Iran and 6 world powers

Iran and six leading world powers signed a comprehensive plan for ending international sanctions against Iran in exchange for putting restrictions on its controversial nuclear program. RT takes a look at the final document. The deal signed in Vienna on…

Iran’s nuclear deal and conflict in Yemen: the view of an Iranian political scientist

Regarding the agreement reached between the five nuclear powers plus Germany with the Iranian government so that sanctions may be lifted from the latter with a commitment to not continue enriching uranium or to advance in the construction of nuclear…

Iran is being punished for not possessing nuclear weapons

Iran Review’s Exclusive Interview with Jan Oberg By: Kourosh Ziabari MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015 The First International Conference on World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE) held in Tehran on December 9-10 last year following the endorsement of President Hassan Rouhani’s…

Iran: opportunities that may not come by again

There is less than one week till the new round of nuclear talks resume between Iran and P5+1 in which a comprehensive and mutually agreed upon agreement probably will be reached. Different predictions, sometimes being contradicted, have so far been…

Iran: P5+1 Reach Nuclear Deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran and the world powers have finally agreed on a long-awaited deal on Tehran’s nuclear energy program, after days of intense talks in Geneva. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius and European Union foreign…

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