Iran Review > Interviews
Heroic Flexibility, New Opportunity for West to Change Its Approaches
Sunday, September 22, 2013

Mohammad Farhad Koleini
The constructive interaction which has been stipulated by large-scale official instruments of Iran is currently in gear. However, this does not mean that Iran is following a one-way policy, but the interaction with the West is going to be a two-way street. Any kind of interaction between the two sides is, therefore, going to be based on mutual respect and trust as well as respect for the rights of the Iranian nation in order to provide suitable conditions for both sides.

Reza Nasri: Syria Should Sue Aggressors at the ICJ
Sunday, September 8, 2013

Reza Nasri
In order to discuss the legal aspects of a possible military confrontation between the U.S. and Syria, which seems imminent in the wake of the U.S. House of Representatives’ vote, Iran Review conducted an interview with the prominent lawyer and legal expert Dr. Reza Nasri.

"We Informed US of Chemical Weapons Transfer to Syria 9 Months Ago"
Sunday, September 1, 2013

Mohammad Javad Zarif
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic had sent an official memo to the United States through the Swiss Embassy in Tehran (which serves as the US interests section in Iran) last December, in which Washington had been forewarned that “handmade articles of chemical weapons, including sarin gas, are being transferred into Syria.”

Mitchel Plitnick: The Situation of Gaza an Example of Collective Punishment
Saturday, August 31, 2013

Mitchel Plitnick
In order to delve on the details of the new round of peace talks between the Palestinian Authority and Israel, investigate the future of Israeli-Palestinian conflict, assess the presence of the elements of racism and racial discrimination in Israel’s treatment of the Palestinian citizens and the policies of the political parties in Israel and their role in the continued occupation of Palestine, Iran Review conducted an interview with Mitchell Plitnick, a prominent American political analyst and the former director of the U.S. Office of B’Tselem: The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories.

What Message Did Sultan Qaboos Convey to Iran?
Thursday, August 29, 2013

Siavash Zargar Yaqoubi
This trip can certainly have a very positive effect in terms of helping to reduce tensions in Iran's relations with the West, especially the United States. The past history of Oman’s mediation in problems that existed between Iran and the West proves that Oman has been able to play a positive role in this regard.

“It’s US Turn to Show Political Resolve”
Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Mohammad Javad Zarif
The Supreme Leader has made his opinion about [direct] talks [with the United States] public time and time again. Negotiations, per se, is not an issue here, but the main issue is what topics are going to be discussed in such negotiations and how much political determination exists in the opposite side for the settlement of the existing problems.

Washington Needs Negotiation Gesture
Monday, August 19, 2013

Massoud Asadollahi
The new round of so-called peace talks started between Palestinian and Israeli negotiators in Al-Quds (Jerusalem) in total silence and in the absence of reporters and media without any public comments by either side of those negotiations.

Lawrence Wilkerson: Supporting Terrorists Not a New Policy for US
Monday, August 19, 2013

Lawrence Wilkerson
In order to investigate the future of Iran-U.S. relations, Washington’s approach toward Iran following the Islamic Revolution in 1979, the White House’s reactions to the election of President Rouhani in Iran’s June 14 presidential elections and the missed opportunities of reconciliation between Iran and the United States, Iran Review conducted an interview with Lawerence Wilkerson, political scientist, former U.S. Army Colonel and chief of staff to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Nuclear Red Line (No. 3) Frank N. von Hippel: President Obama Reluctant to Start a New War
Thursday, August 1, 2013

Frank N. von Hippel
Iran Review is investigating the veracity and validity of Netanyahu’s claims and that whether he is ever courageous enough to launch a war against Iran and realize his plans for setting a red line for Iran’s nuclear activities. We have interviewed a prominent nuclear expert and a former White House official Prof. Frank N. von Hippel who is currently teaching at the Princeton University.

Tehran Should Trust West One More Time
Saturday, July 20, 2013

Hassan Beheshtipour
At first, the West should recognize in political terms the right of Iran to enrich uranium by adopting an official document. Then, Iran would be able to take a series of confidence building measures in order to prove that the Islamic Republic has no intention to produce nuclear weapons. This is quite possible and can be achieved through negotiations. At any rate, I think that both sides are willing to reach a final conclusion on this issue and the determination to resolve this problem exists in both sides.

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