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Iran, P5+1 Really Want to Reach a Nuclear Agreement
Monday, July 13, 2015

Sebastian Kurz
In all those years people suffered deeply because of these sanctions. That is one of the reasons why we hope so much that it will be possible to reach an agreement; that is the reason we are hosting these talks in order to be supportive and to create a positive atmosphere for these negotiations. But in the end, the negotiators have to reach this agreement and I think what we can do is to create an atmosphere as positive as possible and we are trying our best to do so.

Lifting of Sanctions Contributes a Lot to Prosperity of Average Iranians
Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Scilla Elworthy
Unfortunately, the possession of nuclear weapons has become associated with great power status, because the five permanent members of the UN Security Council were the first ones to have nuclear weapons. And they never understood that their reasons for wanting nuclear weapons were identical to the same reasons that India, Pakistan, Iraq or any country would have to possess nuclear weapons; reason to feeling threatened, wanting to be secure and to be able to practice what they called “deterrence”. It’s now been made perfectly clear to everybody that deterrence doesn’t work. When we are in an age of sub-state groups operating, when we’re in an age of so-called terrorism, nuclear weapons are useless; completely useless.

Countdown Has Begun for Great Political Decision
Monday, July 6, 2015

Ardeshir Zarei Ghanavati
A constructive and profit-seeking diplomacy becomes meaningful when it can give the other side room for reaching a deal and compromise. Therefore, if a final deal over Iran's nuclear program is not clinched by July 9, it would become less possible for Tehran’s opposite side in Washington to abide by its obligations. At present, the time is ripe for Tehran, Washington and even the European Union to make the final decision because after the lapse of this deadline they may not have a better opportunity to make this decision.

The Iran Deal and Iran-Russia Relations
Saturday, July 4, 2015

Behzad Khoshandam
The most important impact of the Iran deal on relations between Iran and Russia will be reciprocal impact on strategic and tactical actions and behaviors of these two countries through regulation of their relations with big transregional powers, and more serious recognition of Iran's natural rights by Russia. Relations between Iran and Russia will not become stable in the light of the Iran deal unless Russians put such important issues as justice, mutual respect and serious and sincere cooperation on their foreign policy agenda with regard to Iran.

The Iran Deal, Arab-Arab Struggles and Rights of Neighborhood
Friday, July 3, 2015

Behzad Khoshandam
Fundamental trust of Arabs and Iranians toward each other with Arabs avoiding any effort aimed at promoting Iranophobia and extremism and avoiding recourse to transregional actor and security institutions to establish security in the geopolitical domain of Iran-Arab interactions in the light of the Iran deal should be considered an inevitable requisites for the promotion of regional development and creation of a good neighborly environment.

Win-Win Nuclear Deal Maintains Discourse Balance in Iran
Monday, June 29, 2015

Hossein Kebriaeezadeh
It is evident that resolution of these two issues within coming days and in a way that would lead to a win-win game for both sides, would maintain discourse-based balance in Iran and will also pave the way for the implementation of a possible comprehensive agreement over Iran's nuclear program.

Why France Obstructs Iran Nuclear Talks?
Saturday, June 27, 2015

Amin Dorosti
The biggest benefit that the French officials seek in delaying or even aborting the nuclear negotiations is the hefty economic profits that their country will earn through selling military hardware to Arab states in the Persian Gulf.

Israel Extorting US over Iran Deal
Saturday, June 20, 2015

Mohammad Mehdi Mazaheri
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu believes that such a deal would be among the worst mistakes made by the Western countries with regard to Iran because it would not prevent Iran from building nuclear weapons. Netanyahu has also alleged that he has talked to Arab neighbors of Iran and all of them share his view about the risks of a nuclear agreement with Iran. Under these conditions, it seems that on the verge of a possible deal between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries, Israel is doing its best to link that deal to the interests and security of Tel Aviv.

Major Achievements of Geneva Deal for Iran: A Recap
Sunday, June 14, 2015

Hamid Baeidinejad
In a new post on his Instagram account, Hamid Baeidinejad, a senior Iranian nuclear negotiator, who also heads Iran's expert delegation to the talks, has discussed the major achievements of a nuclear deal clinched by Iran and the P5+1 countries in the Swiss city of Geneva last November.

Iran's Nuclear Dispute, a Historical Opportunity for West
Thursday, June 11, 2015

Javad Haghgoo
The answer to why and how this mentality has been created among Iranians should be sought in the contemporary history of Iran. Political developments in contemporary Iran, especially during the past century and particularly in the field of foreign relations, have played a great role in shaping the current identity of Iranians. And one of the most important features of this identity is the issue of pessimism and suspicion toward big global powers.

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