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India Will Not Change its Policies toward Muslims
Sunday, May 25, 2014

Pir-Mohammad Mollazehi
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

Jim Walsh
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

Farhad Parand
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

Walter Posch
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

Firouz Dowlatabadi
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.

Israel Provided IAEA with Fake Documents on Iran’s Nuclear Program
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Gareth Porter
On the publication of Gareth Porter’s vital book on Iran’s nuclear program by the Just World Books publications, Iran Review has conducted an exclusive interview with the American journalist and has asked him some questions on the important aspects of Iran’s nuclear program and its ongoing disputes with the West, which seem to be solved gradually during the course of talks between Iran and the P5+1 (five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.)

Rouhani’s Special Achievement Is to Thwart Iranophobic Efforts
Thursday, March 13, 2014

Hamid Aboutalebi
The relations between Iran and the United States are not a current focus of attention for the executive authorities in Iran, or even in the United States. First of all, we must do our best to solve the multitude of problems that have been created so far. After solving these problems and through ever-increasing mutual understanding and trust, we would be able to come back and focus on the issue of relations. Then, we should engage in negotiations on these relations under the full light, not in the dark.

Iran-EU Relations Should Not Be Overshadowed by Sanctions
Monday, March 10, 2014

Mohammad Farhad Koleini
In the following interview with Mohammad Farhad Koleini, a senior analyst of international strategic issues, the importance of Ashton’s visit to Iran, its impact on the outlook of Iran-EU relations, and the influence of the current developments in Ukraine on Iran-EU ties have been put to discussion.

Analysis of Ukraine Developments and Prediction of Russia’s Reaction
Saturday, March 8, 2014

Elaheh Koolaee
It is really difficult to predict the future outlook of Ukraine. However, in the light of past years’ experiences, it seems that at the end of the day foreign elements involved in the country’s domestic developments and the necessity of establishing security and stability in this region will have the last say. At the same time, both sides are trying to take advantage of all facilities and tools at their disposal to achieve their own specific goals.

Will Ukraine Crisis Become Finally Manageable?
Friday, March 7, 2014

Jahangir Karami
Russia is aware of its weight in comparison to other global powers and has no plan to enter into costly rivalries with other powers. Russia, within framework of the former Soviet Union, was once engaged in such a rivalry and saw how that rivalry finally led to the implosion of the Soviet Union. Therefore, Moscow is not willing to repeat the same experience. The current leaders in Russia are more willing to follow the same path that has been taken by the Chinese leaders.

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