Afghan Presidential Election and Possible Impact on Tehran-Kabul Ties
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
As predicted, the presidential election in Afghanistan has gone to a runoff. The following interview represents an effort to shed more light on the general conditions governing political rivalries during Afghanistan’s elections and to discuss the future outlook for cooperation between Tehran and Kabul as well as the Islamic Republic of Iran's expectations from its eastern neighbor.
A Positive Atmosphere for the Expansion of Iran-EU Relations
Monday, June 16, 2014
According to Emma Bonino, it’s possible for Iran and the six world powers to reach a comprehensive agreement over the nuclear issue and resume normal trade ties. She says that Italy, despite following the large-scale policies of the European Union, has always maintained close and strong business, political and cultural relations with Iran and has felt the bite of the U.S., EU sanctions against Iran more than any other EU member states.
I Hope that Peace Will Be Established Between Iran and US
Monday, June 9, 2014
Iran Review has conducted an exclusive, in-depth interview with Prof. Elaine Padilla about her trip to Iran, her viewpoints about the Iranian society and the Persian culture and the difficulties ahead of the Iranian and American people on the path of repairing and restoring the marred relations of the past three decades. What follows is the text of the interview.
Iran Nuclear Talks: The Choice is About War and Peace
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Iran Review.Org conducted an exclusive interview with Shahir Shahidsaless about an latest round of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group in Vienna, the future perspectives for the resolution of the nuclear standoff, existing problems between Iran and the United States and the main steps that Iranian and American officials should take to dispel the current atmosphere of misunderstanding.
Without Coalition, Maliki Is Sure to Fail
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Parliamentary elections in Iraq are over, but controversies continue to surround the composition of the next government as well as possible coalitions that may take shape among various political groups. However, a new development which is apparently going to happen in Iraq in this regard is formation of a coalition among Iraqi Shias, Sunnis and Kurds, rumors of which have been circulating for a while. For better analysis of the existing situation in Iraq, the following interview has been conducted with Hossein Rouyvaran, an expert on Middle East issues.
India Will Not Change its Policies toward Muslims
Sunday, May 25, 2014
In the following interview, the outlook for India’s developments and future foreign policy approach of this country have been discussed with Pir-Mohammad Mollazehi, an expert on the Indian Subcontinent.
Resolution of Iran’s Nuclear Standoff Victory for the Entire World
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Iran Review conducted an exclusive interview with Dr. Walsh on the new round of talks between Iran and the six world powers, the future perspectives for the resolution of the nuclear standoff and the ways for the improvement of Iran-U.S. relations. What follows is the text of the interview.
West-Russia Tension: Opportunities and Consequences for Iran
Sunday, May 4, 2014
I believe that maintaining positive impartiality will be associated with the best results and consequences for our country under the present dangerous circumstances. I don’t mean that we must remain totally indifferent to what is going on, but I mean that we must try as much as possible to establish peace between the belligerent parties [in Ukraine crisis] so as to prevent the breakout of a full-fledged civil war or even a world war, which would certainly lead to a human catastrophe.
Iran, West Resolved to Conclude a Comprehensive Nuclear Agreement
Saturday, April 19, 2014
To discuss the future of Iran’s relations with the United States and the prospects of the nuclear talks, and also in order to explore the reasons why some important opportunity for engagement and reconciliation between Iran and the West were missed in the past, Iran Review conducted an interview with Dr. Walter Posch.
Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Future Roadmap for Caucasus
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
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.