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Trump's maximum pressure policy on Iran has backfired and experts say it will fail
Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Negar Mortazavi
Maximum pressure seems to have backfired and pushed Iran across the edge.

New U.S. Sanctions on Iran and Europe’s Response
Sunday, November 10, 2019

Tyler Cullis
Europe, in other words, must make a high-level political statement establishing a clear red line for the Trump administration and specifying the consequences to the United States from failing to observe this red line.

Iranian wushu fighters received gold medals in World Wushu Championships.
Friday, November 8, 2019

Iranian wushu fighters received gold medals in World Wushu Championships. Iranian writer is selected as Iran’s nominee for the 2020 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award. Iranian cinematographers receive nominations at Poland Camerimage. The masterpieces of Persian literature, recently been published in Japanese. Iranian wrestler wins gold medal in ANOC World Beach Games. Iranian actor is awarded with the 2019 Stockholm Achievement Award. The Iranian short film won the Golden Dove for best animated film at the 62nd DOK Leipzig. Iran U23 Greco-Roman team win world title. Iranian scientists will be awarded in the Mustafa Prize ceremony.

Trump may be readier to make concessions to Iran in impeachment situation
Monday, November 4, 2019

Peter Jenkins, former UK Ambassador to the IAEA and UN, says that the initiation of impeachment proceedings against President Trump has created a situation in which he may be readier to make concessions to Iran.

Leader says 1953 coup marks beginning of U.S. hostility against Iran
Monday, November 4, 2019

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution said on Sunday that the U.S. enmity against Tehran dates back to a Washington-sponsored coup against the legal government of Iran in 1953, noting that the U.S. in now weaker than that time but more “barbaric and flagrant”.

The Saudi Oil Attack: Geo-Political Theatrics
Saturday, November 2, 2019

Hassanal Noor Rahshid
The 14th September 2019 attack which had caused significant damage to Saudi based Aramco Oil plants in Abqaiq and Khurais, was the trigger for much of the recent rise in regional tension at least when it comes to Saudi- Iran relations.


Don’t Make It About the Oil
Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Paul R. Pillar
Confusion has prevailed regarding the purposes of the U.S. troop presence in Syria, and whether the declared purposes are the actual ones.

Despite US’ maximum pressure, we overcame issues by relying on domestic capabilities
Saturday, October 26, 2019

Stating that Iran and Cuba are paying the price of their resistance and insistence on their independence against the United States’ expansionist policies, the President said, “There is no doubt that the two countries will pass this phase with each other’s help and the imperialist powers have no way but to surrender to the Iranian and Cuban nations”.

When Iran Welcomed Jewish Refugees
Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Mikhal Dekel
In the middle of World War II, Tehran became a haven for both Jewish and Catholic Polish refugees who were welcomed as they arrived from Soviet Central Asia.

Europe has not been honest with Tehran: Shireen Hunter
Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Javad Heirannia
Shireen Tahmaasb Hunter, a professor of political science at Georgetown University, tells the Tehran Times that “France is not capable of doing anything to ensure the JCPOA's survival without American approval.”