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JCPOA, Message of Peace and Diplomacy to World
Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Hassan Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says a recent agreement reached between Iran and six world powers displayed the power of diplomacy in resolving international issues and disputes.

Nuclear Agreement, Harbinger of New Regional Cooperation
Saturday, July 25, 2015

Hossein Sadeghi
At present, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia, due to their special potentials as two important and influential countries in the region and the Islamic world, enjoy necessary capacities to play this role. They can officially recognize their differences and think about necessary solutions to get out of the existing situation, because this will benefit both the two countries and the Islamic world on the whole.

Why Opponents of the Iran Deal Are Wrong?
Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Diako Hosseini
The United States can begin with discarding its narrow-minded regime change policy and starting broad-based strategic cooperation with Iran. Iran is among the most important supporters of a Middle East free from nuclear weapons and has already indicated its willingness to take part in the formulation of an overarching arms control regime. These issues, along with fighting extremism, protecting stability of energy corridors in the Persian Gulf, and restoring stability to Syria, Iraq and Yemen, are good grounds for more profound cooperation between Iran and the United States. In that case, the United States will see that Iran is a much more responsible country than what the West believes today.

Will Iran's Nuclear Negotiating Team Introduce the “Fourth Option” in History of the Security Council?
Sunday, July 19, 2015

Ja'far Mohammadi
Iran's negotiations with the P5+1 countries and the resultant agreement has, for the first time in the history of international law, added a fourth option to the above three, which is to have the Security Council’s decisions abrogated through dialogue without the country in question having complied with them.

Iran's Nuclear Deal, a “Desirable” Option for Russia
Thursday, July 16, 2015

Alireza Noori
However, Russia has never tried to conceal its concern about the negative effects of possible improvement in Tehran’s relations with the West following a final nuclear deal. Among those negative effects, one may point out possible reduction in global oil prices, Iran's competitive presence in Europe’s energy market, reduced importance of Iran card in Russia’s bargaining with the West, reduced dependence of Tehran on Moscow, restrictions in the Iranian market for the activities of Russian companies, and possible increased permeability of geographical regions around Iran to the West, especially along Russia’s southern border. However, despite the fact that some of these untoward effects of Iran deal are objective, Russia maintains that realization of the fourth scenario will be more beneficial to its long-term interests, and its benefits outweigh its disadvantages.

The Iran Deal and the Choice of Reconciliatory Strategic Necessity
Thursday, July 16, 2015

Behzad Khoshandam
Conclusion of the Iran deal after 13 years of crisis on July 14, 2015, has been a turning point in the achievements of global diplomacy in all aspects of diplomatic activities including bilateral, multilateral, media, public, soft, track two, and so forth, in the second decade of the 3rd millennium. Iran deal is a step forward in promoting the role of the Iranian civilization in global management and putting an end to the concept of the “axis of evil.”

Your Time Is Over Mr. Netanyahu
Thursday, July 16, 2015

Haroun Yashayaei
Three years ago, when the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu displayed an imaginary map of Iran's effort to build nuclear bomb at the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly to the attendees, he was not taken seriously by anybody, even his own American friends. At that time, some politicians told Netanyahu that “your time is over,” though he did not believe them.

Iran-US Relations Following Nuclear Deal: Thermidor or Normal
Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Ali Omidi
The marathon nuclear talks between Iran and the United States have finally born fruit and the two sides reached a nuclear agreement on July 14, 2015. This development is considered a major turning point in history of Iran's relations with the United States subsequent to the Islamic Revolution in 1979. Therefore, Iranian leaders have described it as a point of departure which will lead to a thaw in bilateral relations between the two countries.

EU Sanctions against Russia: Economically Harmful to Russia or Politically Damaging to Whole World?
Monday, July 13, 2015

Seyyedeh Motahhareh Hosseini
Sanctions imposed on Russia will bring the country’s economy to a state of recession and standstill in the first place. However, from the viewpoint of politics and international system, Russians’ vengefulness cannot be easily ignored and their reciprocal response would be, most possibly, military and geopolitical in nature.

The People of Afghanistan Do Not Want Foreign Troops in Their Country Anymore
Sunday, July 12, 2015

Waslat Hasrat-Nazimi
Waslat Hasrat-Nazimi responded to our questions about security in Afghanistan, the Afghan people’s sentiments about the continued presence of foreign troops in their land, opium cultivation, drone attacks and the domestic politics of the war-hit country.



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