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Iran Accepts Limitations on Its N-Program to Reach a Deal
Friday, March 6, 2015

Mohammad Javad Zarif
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic will not accept any limitations on its nuclear program if the P5+1 group of world powers fails to reach a deal with the Islamic Republic.

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Iran Nuclear Talks: The 5 Options for What Happens If They Fail
Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Seyed Hossein Mousavian
The West should grab a deal while it can, says a former Iranian nuclear negotiator. The alternatives will be much, much worse.

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The Charlie Effect: What’s Next?
Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Fadi Elhusseini
It is true that the violent backlash and the crime that was committed as a response on published cartoons was unacceptable and strongly condemned, yet the whole incident brings the issue of freedom of speech into a second level of discussion. For Pope Francis, there are limits to free speech. Commenting on the said caricatures, Pope Francis said: “Religious freedom and freedom of expression are fundamental human rights. But they are also not total liberties.”

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Europe’s Radical Right against Muslims
Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Seyed Nader Nourbakhsh
The terror attack in Paris has provided leaders of the radical right in Europe with a good opportunity to tell their people that they had already warned them about the consequences of the Islamization of Europe. However, is the public opinion in France and other Western countries also aware of the fact that the mistaken intervention and policies of their countries in Syria and Iraq, has been the main reason that has practically turned these countries into fertile grounds for the growth of radicalism and terrorism?

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Iran, Can Be Italy’s Powerful Ally in Fighting Terrorism
Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Bahram Ghasemi
A review of Iran-Italy relations shows that it is not difficult for the two countries to go back to their golden times, and if necessary grounds are provided and through mutual understanding between Tehran and Rome, they are able to help their cooperation grow in a spurt. This is especially true as Rome is well aware that a unilateral policy will not be beneficial to its interests under the existing global conditions.

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Turkey’s Foreign Policy After the Arab Spring: An Identity-Based Approach
Sunday, March 1, 2015

Hossein Mofidi
Attention to identity dimensions of foreign policy interactions of Turkey and other important regional players will help analysts have a more realistic understanding of foreign policy strategies of these players. This understanding will also help better understanding of regional coalitions and rivalry among such countries as Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia.

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Iran, China Moving toward Strategic Relations
Friday, February 27, 2015

Saeed Mohammadian
Iran and China are two Asian countries that have coexisted peacefully for ages and the background of their relations is free from any hostility. As a result, the two countries are taking a step by step approach to formulating a model for overall strategic partnership. In this way, the expectations of domestic critics of these relations will be met once development of bilateral relations takes on more speed and the two countries take their cooperation in international developments to a whole new level.

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Netanyahu Seeing Dark Clouds in the West
Friday, February 27, 2015

Hormoz Baradaran
These days, the western winds are not bringing good news to Tel Aviv. The old friends in the West are gradually increasing their distance from Israel as if they are trying to evade an Ebola patient. The political culture and overall orientation of the public opinion in Europe and the United States is gradually changing and there is small, if any, tendency to continue their costly support for Israelis. Israel, on the other hand, has had no choice, but to leave the West and turn toward the East; toward New Delhi, Beijing and Tokyo.

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It’s Possible to Bridge the Gaps between Iran and the West
Thursday, February 26, 2015

Richard Bacon
It’s possible to bridge the gaps that keep Iran and the West apart and actualize the normalization of relations between them. This is the substance and gist of statements made by Richard Bacon MP who talked to Iran Review in an extensive and in-depth interview conducted in December last year.

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Final Nuclear Deal and Iran-China Relations
Thursday, February 26, 2015

Masoud Rezaei
On the one hand, China will have to pay a price for attracting Iran's attention in order to be able to continue using the country as a means of boosting its own global influence and strategic clout in international issues. On the other hand, a final agreement will give Iran more maneuvering room in order to send calculated signals to the West. In this way, Iran will be able to bring new balance to its relations with China in such areas as economy, as well as in security and defense interactions.

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