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Iran’s Armed Forces Ready to Defend Country against Threats
Friday, April 18, 2014

Hassan Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Iran’s Armed Forces will not allow any act of aggression against the country.

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An Iranian View to European Parliament’s Recent Resolution on Iran
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Mahmoud Reza Golshanpazhooh
As a human rights researcher, I am quite certain of the reality that many viewpoints held both in Iran and Europe about the other side’s approach to human rights are based on misunderstanding, unfamiliarity with the philosophy of human rights concept cherished by either side, as well as unawareness of how the principles of human rights are enforced by either side and the real method used for this purpose.

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Russia, Crises in Syria and Ukraine, and the Future of the International System
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Jahangir Karami
Since the new idea of Boris Yeltsin to develop an all-conclusive convergence with the Western world failed and the Kosovo crisis put the final nail in the coffin of the foreign policy rationale of Gorbachev, a fresh line of thought based on the theory of structural realism has formed in Moscow, which can be defined by the statement: “Russia as a great power in a multipolar international system.” Based on this statement, Russia should guarantee this role through economic and industrial reconstruction and regional institutionalism in Central Eurasia.

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Iran Must Discard Obsolete Mentalities
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Pirooz Ghofrani
Appropriation of adequate budget and focusing on the development of the southern coasts of Iran will put an end of centuries of inattention to these regions, create numerous jobs in that region, reduce poverty, head off security threats resulting from poverty and inattention to these regions, and create better balance in development of the country. This will also obviate the need for the Islamic Republic to depend on global cities in neighboring countries in order to connect to global economy. As a result, our national economy will never turn into a secondary affiliate of regional economic hubs.

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National Day of Faridoddin Attar Neyshabouri
Monday, April 14, 2014

Iran marks the national day of Faridoddin Attar Neyshabouri, a prominent Persian poet and theoretician of mysticism and hagiographer.

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One for Us, Six for Britons!: William Knox D'Arcy in History of Iran
Monday, April 14, 2014

A cursory glance at the contemporary history of Iran will reveal that although the black gold (crude oil) is counted among the God-given bounties of Iranians for many years, the colonialistic British government had been holding a firm grip on it for many years. That grip had been so firm that according to available historical evidence, the benefits of Iran's crude oil resources were divided at a ratio of 1:6 in favor of the British side.

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Tehran-Baku Opening a New Chapter in Bilateral Relations
Sunday, April 13, 2014

Asghar Farsi
The current visit by the President of Republic of Azerbaijan Elham Aliyev to the Islamic Republic of Iran has taken place at a time that the current situation in the region; political, regional and international issues; as well as Iran's special position have doubled the importance of his trip.

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Afghanistan Elections: Challenges and Opportunities
Thursday, April 10, 2014

Pir-Mohammad Mollazehi
The most important consideration for Iran is to see a powerful central government in Kabul free from ethnic and religious tendencies which would be elected through a democratic and legitimate process. Such a situation will be more in line with the Islamic Republic’s strategic interests than possible disintegration of Afghanistan or the continuation of the ethnic monopoly on power.

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Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Future Roadmap for Caucasus
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Firouz Dowlatabadi
Under present circumstances when the Central Asia and Eurasia are going through dire straits as a result of the existing tensions in these regions, expansion of relations between Iran – which enjoys a high grade of political and security stability – and other regional countries can promise a better future outlook for these geographically important regions. These issues have been discussed in the following interview with Firouz Dowlatabadi, the former Iranian ambassador to Turkey and an analyst of Caucasus issues.

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Israel Provided IAEA with Fake Documents on Iran’s Nuclear Program
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Gareth Porter
On the publication of Gareth Porter’s vital book on Iran’s nuclear program by the Just World Books publications, Iran Review has conducted an exclusive interview with the American journalist and has asked him some questions on the important aspects of Iran’s nuclear program and its ongoing disputes with the West, which seem to be solved gradually during the course of talks between Iran and the P5+1 (five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.)

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