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No Agreement with P5+1 Unless UNSC Sanctions Annulled
Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Mohammad Javad Zarif
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says there will be no agreement with the six world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program unless the UN Security Council’s sanctions against Iran are repealed.

Full Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Iran's Main Red Line
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Hassan Beheshtipour 
The bottom line is that if the common sense governs the decision-making process at the White House, which seems to be the case, the necessary political will for reaching a comprehensive agreement will take shape within the next four months, in which negotiations have been extended as per the Join Plan of Action. At present, the Americans have reached the conclusion that the policy of threat and sanctions will get nowhere with Iran.

Iran-Russia Relations Suffering from Unnecessary Politicization
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Alireza Noori
Since Iran is on its way to reduce tension with the West and sign a final comprehensive agreement with the Western countries over its nuclear energy program, as a result of which new oil markets would be opened to the country, it would be wise for Iranian officials to avoid creating any unnecessary problems in the country’s foreign policy.

Iranian Mathematician, First Female Winner for Fields Maths Medal
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Firouzeh Mirrazavi
Iranian Mathematician, First Female Winner for Fields Maths Medal. Iranian students rank second in Intl. Olympiad in Astrophysics. Sharif university students shine at IMC 2014. Iran wins award in American Solar Challenge. Ali Khademhosseini wins US Chemical Engineering Award. Iranian teams shine in RoboCup 2014. Iranian Researcher Wins First Award in  Princeton Art of Science 2014. Iranian students win 1 gold, 3 silver medals at int’l chemistry contest...

Maintaining the Unlawful Siege of Gaza is a Crime against Humanity
Sunday, August 10, 2014

Richard Falk
On the recent massive military operations into the Gaza Strip by Israel which was coded "Operation Protective Edge", Iran Review spoke to Prof. Richard Falk, a  professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University and the UN Special Rapporteur on Palestine. 

ISIS Onslaught, Iran's Opportunity to Catalyze Reconciliation between Baghdad and Arbil
Sunday, August 10, 2014

Ardeshir Zare’i-Qanavati
The Islamic State of the ISIS has launched its new wave of attacks against the northern Iraqi towns of Sinjar and Zamar where the population is a mixture of Kurds, Yazidi community, Shias as well as other ethnic and religious minorities. This development on top of recent direct and intense conflicts between the members of the ISIS Islamic State and Kurdish Peshmerga have taken the situation of Iraq to a totally new level.

Challenges Facing Tehran-Ankara Ties: Will Davutoglu’s Dream Come True?
Saturday, August 9, 2014

Saeid Jafari
The current Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will most probably change his post for the higher position of presidency of Turkey in a few weeks. The question is what challenges Turkey is currently facing in relations with its most important neighbor, Iran?

Why Israel’s Impunity Goes Unpunished by International Authorities?
Saturday, August 9, 2014

Ali Omidi
The only outcome of bringing up Israel’s crimes at international bodies will be further disgrace for the Israeli regime and reduction of its international credibility. Apart from that, such institutions are not able to play an effective role in preventing Israel’s impunity.

Israeli-Gaza Conflict: A Written Scenario by Tel Aviv
Thursday, August 7, 2014

Reza Ekhtiari Amiri
Israel triggered a brutal military assault on the Gaza Strip under the pretext of reacting to the kidnaping and murdering of three Israeli teenagers by Hamas. Without further considering how the war opened, precise examination of the time when the tragedy began, and the new developments in the Middle East during the past years, alarms us to rethink and search for the deeper causes and more significant reasons of the recent outbreak. The main question is: “What strategic goals are behind the Israeli attack to Gaza at this time?

International Criminal Court Should Investigate Israel's War Crimes
Wednesday, August 6, 2014

John Dugard
To discuss the legal aspects of the Israeli brutalization of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and the necessity for it to be tried in a criminal court, Iran Review did an exclusive interview with Prof. John Dugard, the prominent international law professor and former UN diplomat.



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