Iran Review > What Others Think
What to expect if Trump undoes the Iran nuclear deal
Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Seyed Hossein Mousavian
In the midst of major global crises, from North Korean missile tests to the continuing fight against Islamic State, President Trump is seemingly obsessed with one foreign policy goal: undoing the July 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which eased international sanctions on Tehran in exchange for curbs on Iran’s nuclear program.

Read More...
 
Europe’s Likely Response to Trump’s Move Against Iran Nuclear Deal
Tuesday, September 19, 2017

 Reza Nasri
Opponents of the Iran nuclear accord (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA)—both within and outside the U.S. administration—are setting the ground for President Trump not to certify Iran’s compliance with the deal in October.

Read More...
 
Iran: The Change that Matters Is Happening Already
Wednesday, August 16, 2017

In Washington, the policy of Iranian regime change that blossomed during the Bush years and withered under Obama has flowered again in the Trump administration. But those advocating regime change and those arguing vociferously against it are both losing sight of the fact that profound change is already happening in Iran.

Read More...
 
US analyst: No convincing reason against nuclear agreement with Iran
Sunday, August 13, 2017

Referring to the US measures against the historic nuclear agreement between Iran and the world major powers which was signed in 2015, the American physicist, Frank N. J. Von Hipple described the efforts made by the US President Donald Trump as an attempt to 'provoke Iran to get out of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Read More...
 
"Gen. Qassem Soleimani" is the most popular character in Iran
Sunday, July 30, 2017

The poll conducted by Iran.poll for the "The Center of International and Security Studies" at the University of Maryland shows that General Qassem Soleimani, commander of Qods Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, is the most popular character in the public eyes.

Read More...
 
Why Iran Will Not Go the Way of the USSR
Wednesday, July 12, 2017

by Shireen T. Hunter
Since the Soviet Union dissolved in December 1991, articles have appeared in the West arguing that, sooner or later, Iran’s ethnic and linguistic diversity will lead it to go the way of the USSR and dissolve into several states. Moreover, subscribers to this theory believe that the United States should encourage such a disintegrative process by further isolating Iran economically and politically, while also supporting its separatist elements.

Read More...
 
The Real Security Threats on Iran’s Periphery
Sunday, July 9, 2017

by Seyed Hossein Mousavian
Pressure has once again become the name of the game in regards to U.S. policy on Iran. The Senate has passed sweeping new sanctions, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has declared that the U.S. will “counter Iran’s aspiration of hegemony” and work towards a “peaceful transition” of the Iranian government. As U.S.-Iran tensions increase in eastern Syria, murmurs are growing of a potential disastrous war on the horizon.

Read More...
 
French policy on Syria: a turning point?
Sunday, July 9, 2017

Michel Makinsky
An interesting interview of Emmanuel Macron, the new French president, has Been released on this Thursday,23 June by several newspapers, including the French daily Le Figaro. Its main topic is Syria. As it is not published in the front-page, it has not received much attention. However, this statement deserves a careful reading, as it shows what we may consider at least as a significant change in France’s current policy towards Syria. And even beyond. It may be a turning point. 

Read More...
 
Sanctions are crimes, not law enforcemen
Sunday, June 25, 2017

American Herald Tribune | David Swanson: The U.S. Senate has increased sanctions on the people of Iran and Russia, if the House and President go along. The Senate vote was 98-2, with Senators Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders voting no, the latter despite his support for the Russian half of the bill.

Read More...
 
Imposing new sanctions on Iran could be dangerous, Kerry warns
Saturday, June 10, 2017

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry has warned the administration of Donald Trump against imposing new economic sanctions against Iran, saying such a move could push the country into a corner and that would be dangerous.

Read More...
 
طراحی و توسعه آگاه‌سیستم