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Saudi-Iranian Mismatch in Threat Perceptions
Thursday, October 20, 2016

Dina Esfandiary and Ariane Tabatabai
It’s often assumed that Saudi Arabia is as big a concern to Iran as Tehran is to Riyadh. Recent statements by Iranian officials seem to confirm this, as do recent Iranian efforts to derail Saudi influence in the region. But while Iran is indeed Saudi Arabia’s most important foreign policy concern, Saudi Arabia isn’t even in Iran’s top concerns. This mismatch in threat perceptions further destabilizes the region.

What will U.S. citizens do when they discover their govt created ISIS?
Wednesday, October 19, 2016

An Interview with Scott Bennett
The U.S. government under the Obama Administration knows that the American people would be outraged if they discovered the U.S. was openly defending the ISIS fighters which American military and Congressional officials had labeled “enemies of America”.

Russia Finishes Delivery of S-300 Missile Systems to Iran
Saturday, October 15, 2016

Brendan Mcgarry
The Russian government says it has completed delivery of the S-300 surface-to-air missile system to Iran, according to multiple news reports.

Pressing Princes: After JASTA, Iran Should Show the Hazards of Riyadh’s Policies
Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Nosratollah Tajik, Iran’s former ambassador to Jordan
There has been frequent warning about the hazardous mix of Saudi Arabia’s hundreds of billions of dollars in reserve and its destructive ideology and political agenda. It is true that managing this staggering amount of money, of which nearly 800 billion dollars are invested and kept in the United States, is not only a matter of finance, but also security...

Can Zarif, Kerry win Nobel Peace Prize?
Thursday, October 6, 2016

Hamid Reza Gholamzadeh

With the date of announcement of names nominated for Nobel Prize on October 6 approaching, different media outlets are speculating what names would appear on the list of peace prize.

Brexit to help Iran-UK expansion of ties
Thursday, October 6, 2016

British Ambassador to Tehran has told Mehr News Agency, Brexit would pave the way for better economic relations between Iran and the UK.

Saudi’s campaign in Yemen is like that of the U.S. in Vietnam: analyst
Wednesday, October 5, 2016

An interview with Robert Carter

With the war in Yemen still raging during a time when Saudi has placed itself under the international spotlight for abuses to minorities, Saudi’s campaign in Yemen, like Egypt, may be referred to in history as Saudi Arabia’s Vietnam.

Time to Expand German-Iran Ties
Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
(Time to close the gap? Gabriel speaking to Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh during his July visit to Iran.)
Heading a large trade delegation, Germany's Vice Chancellor and Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy Sigmar Gabriel arrived in Tehran on Sunday, October 2, for a two day visit hoping to give a timely uplift to the post-sanctions German-Iran relations. But, a German newspaper, Die Welt, has called it a “mission impossible” in light of the existing US sanctions that deter the German banks and other corporations from engaging with Iran.

EU–Iran Relations after Brexit
Saturday, October 1, 2016

Seyed Hossein Mousavian
The decision by British voters to leave the European Union coincides with improving relations between Europe and Iran. Since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Iran’s relationship with Europe’s major powers has been characterized by periods of economic cooperation followed by near-complete disengagement. The nuclear deal struck between Iran and world powers in July 2015 – which the EU played a major role in negotiating – removed the economic sanctions that since 2006 have stood in the way of deeper ties. A new chapter in Iranian–European relations has already begun. But the impending exit of the United Kingdom from the EU further paves the way for a new paradigm in Europe’s relationship with Iran: strategic EU–Iran engagement that is separate from, but parallel to, high-level UK–Iran talks.

Opinion: Why Iran is turning to proactive communications
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Emily Andrews
Iran is emerging as one of the most exciting frontiers in the public relations business. For me, as a former journalist and current PR practitioner, the particularities of media relations and corporate communications in Iran are endlessly fascinating.

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