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West Must Avoid Giving Useless Concessions to Iran in Kazakhstan
Friday, February 22, 2013

In an interview with Tehran Emrouz newspaper, Mohammad Farhad Koleini, an expert on strategic issues, has noted that if the P5+1 take part in Almaty talks with repetitive proposals, the negotiations should be considered doomed as of now. The detailed text of the interview follows.

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Anti-Iran Sanctions (No. 3) E. Michael Jones: Sanctions Show US Foreign Policy Hypocrisy
Thursday, February 21, 2013

E. Michael Jones is an author, political commentator, foreign university professor and the editor of Culture Wars magazine. His latest book “Ballet Parking: Performing The Nutcracker as a Counter-Revolutionary Act” was published in 2009 by the Fidelity Press. Jones is a vocal critic of Zionism and has been attacked by pro-Zionism organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League for his criticisms of the Israel. What follows is the text of Iran Review’s interview with Dr. E. Michael Jones.

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Anti-Iran Sanctions (No. 2) Mike Gravel: Sanctions Are Illegal and Ineffective
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

In order to study the impact of the sanctions on Iran’s economy, their contribution to the deterioration of Iran-West relations and their violation of the basic human rights of the Iranian people, Iran Review has started to do interviews with prominent academics, thinkers, political commentators and authors and explore their viewpoints on the anti-Iranian sanctions. Today we have discussed the anti-Iran sanctions with former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Mike Gravel. 

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West Trying to Kill Two Birds with One Stone in Tehran Talks
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

What the Western countries promise Iran in return for closing down of Fordow is not remarkable. The sanctions which they promise to lift are, in fact, the same sanctions which entered into force on February 4, 2013. What kind of logic is this? They do not respect the principle of proportionality between points which are given and taken by the two sides. Such positions prove that they do not want negotiations to reach a solid result.

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Anti-Iran Sanctions (No. 1) Kenneth O’Keefe: US Sanctions on Iran Tantamount to Collective Punishment
Sunday, February 17, 2013

In order to investigate the various aspects of the anti-Iranian sanctions, Iran Review has opened a new dossier to interview world’s renowned political commentators, academics and thinkers and ask their ideas about the sanctions, how they’re affecting Iranian people, what they are aimed at and how they will shape the future of Iran’s foreign policy.

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US Decline? (No. 14) Bartholomew H. Sparrow: US Policies: Deleterious Domestic and Global Impacts
Saturday, February 9, 2013

Prof. Bartholomew H. Sparrow joined Iran Review in an exclusive interview to present his viewpoints about some of the hypotheses and questions the scholars have raised regarding the future of the U.S. empire, American lifestyle and cultural dominance, the political hegemony of the United States and the capitalist economy. 

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US Decline? (No 13) Paul Craig Roberts: Washington Established a Police State in US
Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Iran Review has conducted an exclusive interview with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, a renowned American economist, political commentator and the former Assistant Secretary of Treasury in the Ronald Reagan administration. Known as the father of Reagonomics, he is a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Business Week and Scripps Howard News Service. Dr. Roberts is an outspoken critic of what President Bush put forward as the War on Terror. He is an opponent of the U.S. military interventions in the other countries in the name of battling terrorism, and has voiced his criticism of the Bush and Obama administrations on various occasions.

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US Decline? (No. 12) Paul Atwood: US Faces Challenges that Undermine its Continued Dominance
Thursday, January 31, 2013

The following is the text of Iran Review’s interview with Prof. Paul Atwood to whom we have discussed issues such as the prospects of capitalism and liberalism, the compasses of the U.S. Empire, the survival of imperialism, the American lifestyle and cultural life, among other issues.

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Changes Which Barack Obama Should Make
Monday, January 28, 2013

The general conditions in the Middle East region and in relation to Iran are characterized by sanctions, pressure, and negotiations and this combination cannot be possibly called good use of diplomacy. It is, on the contrary, part of a prolonged war of attrition. 

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Why Doesn’t Iran Give IAEA Inspectors Permission to Visit Parchin?
Monday, January 28, 2013

Based on the nuclear safeguard – an agreement signed with countries for enforcement of the NPT – the IAEA can only visit regions where nuclear activities are done. It means that the IAEA’s responsibility is to supervise the nuclear activities of countries and the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons. On the issue of Parchin, it must be said that this site was twice visited by IAEA inspectors in 2005 and the IAEA has officially announced that no nuclear activity was observed in this site. 

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