Iran Review > Interviews
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.

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. 

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.

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.

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. 

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. 

US Decline? (No. 11) John D. Wilkerson: China Replaces US as World’s Largest Economy
Sunday, January 27, 2013

Prof. John D. Wilkerson took part in an exclusive interview with Iran Review and responded to our questions about the global hegemony of the United States, the military expeditions of the United States and the way the American public reacts to these wars, the prospects of the U.S. economy and the international perceptions of the American lifestyle. What follows is the text of the interview.

US Decline? (No. 10) Giulio M. Gallarotti: US Presidents Find Industrial-Military Complex Difficult to Tame
Friday, January 25, 2013

Here is the text of our interview with Prof. Giulio M. Gallarotti of the Wesleyan University about the transformation of world’s political order, power balance against the United States, the possibility of the decline of capitalism, domestic opposition to the U.S. foreign policy and other factors contributing to the changing of the political equations of the United States.

US Decline? (No. 9) Peter Rutland: US Trying to Reduce its Global Commitments
Tuesday, January 22, 2013

In order to investigate the challenges the United States faces today, we conducted an interview with Prof. Peter Rutland, political scientist and Professor of Government at the Wesleyan University’s Government Department. What follows is the text of Iran Review’s interview with Prof. Rutland with whom we have discussed a number of issues pertaining to the political, military, social and cultural hegemony of the United States.

US Decline? (No. 8) John Owen: The United States Not completely Controlling its Allies
Saturday, January 19, 2013

What follows is the text of Iran Review’s interview with Prof. John M. Owen to whom we have talked about the future of U.S. Empire, the impact of the U.S. military expeditions on its public image of the especially in the Muslim world, and the socio-cultural dominance and hegemony of the United States as the world’s number one economic power. 

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