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The State of Public Diplomacy in Iran's Foreign Policy
Saturday, June 10, 2017

Interview with Seyed Hossein Mousavian
Seyyed Hossein Mousavian is a former Iranian ambassador and former senior member of the country’s nuclear negotiating team. For long years, he has been single-handedly shouldering a heavy burden, which under normal circumstances and in advanced countries it is burdened on several think thanks and former senior officials of those countries’ foreign ministries. Mousavian’s good knowledge of various fields of Iran's foreign policy, including West Asia, Europe and Americas, has caused him to be considered without a doubt as worthy of carrying the title of the master of Iran's public diplomacy. 

Adding Cinema Lesson at Schools Great Idea
Wednesday, May 31, 2017

It’s been years since we discussed that the Ministry of Education should have opened up an opportunity for kids and cinema.

Abdollahian: Trump in Riyadh for investment plans
Sunday, May 21, 2017

Iranian official Amir-Abdollahian said Trump’s trip to Riyadh most likely follows up on Saudis’ proposal for investment up to $200bn for infrastructure and energy sector.

Life is better for Jews in Iran than in Europe: Jewish MP
Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A Jewish lawmaker at the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) says Jews can freely practice their religion in Iran and have always enjoyed better living conditions in the Islamic Republic than in Europe.

The Optimistic Horizon About JCPOA Is Still There: Francois Nicoullaud
Sunday, April 9, 2017

Francois Nicoullaud
In the following, you will find Francois Nicoullaud's last analyses on Iran and its environment, as well as on the issues of nuclear proliferation and disarmament. 

OPEC Deal, Paving Way for Regional Rapprochement?
Monday, December 12, 2016

In an interview with Iranian Diplomacy, Iran chamber of commerce member Hamid Hosseini, says OPEC agreement could serve as an introduction for regional convergence.

Turkey Ready to Contribute for the Betterment of Relations Between Saudi Arabia and Iran
Monday, October 10, 2016

Reza Hakan Tekin, Turkish Ambassador to Tehran
we are not happy about the current state of affairs between Iran and Saudi Arabia because we believe Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey are three important countries of our region.

A Survey: How to Protect the Legacy of Iran Deal One Year after Its Birth
Thursday, August 4, 2016

Kourosh Ziabari
On the first anniversary of the signing of the nuclear deal, Iran Review contacted a number of noted public policy scholars and former diplomats, asking them to propose three hypothetical actions they believe Iran and the other sides of the agreement need to take to realize the expectations the JCPOA was meant to fulfill and preclude its failure. 

Algeria, an Independent Ally for Iran in North Africa
Saturday, July 30, 2016

Reza Ameri
Relations between Iran and Algeria stand out among other North African countries. Of course, apart from Algeria, we have good relations with other countries in North Africa, but proximity between the two countries’ political views on many issues has helped us to start good cooperation with Algeria. The two countries share a common view on the issue of Palestine and when it comes to Syria, Yemen and other developments in the Middle East, their viewpoints either totally conformant or are very close. 

JCPOA Shows the Power of Persistent Multilateral Diplomacy
Friday, July 29, 2016

Lassina Zerbo
Iran signed the CTBT on the first day it opened (24 September 1996) and has shown support for the Treaty. Iran also actively participates in the Member States discussions in Vienna. In this context, the JCPOA was a big step in the right direction, as it showed the power of persistent multilateral diplomacy and also brought Iran closer to its partners in the region and globally. Ratification of the CTBT would be a powerful and definitive response to skeptics who worry about Iran’s nuclear ambitions after the deal expires.

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