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Past or Future, US or Russia: Iran Faces Hard Choices

The confrontation between Washington and Tehran has lasted for 36 years since 1979. This is the first time the both parties have reached an agreement - the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. The United Nations Security Council has approved the Vienna accords on Iran’s nuclear program with seven previous resolutions on sanctions against Tehran terminated. 

Nikolai BOBKIN | 02.08.2015


 

A Chance for Arab-Iranian Reconciliation: An Opportunity in the Iran Nuclear Deal

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 25.07.2015


 

The Geopolitics and Economics of the Iran Nuclear Deal

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 22.07.2015


 

The fallacy behind the Iran deal’s ‘creative ambiguity’

President Obama’s defense of the “Iran Deal” at his July 15 press conference, as well as Secretary of State John Kerry’s private remarks capping off the negotiations match those of the Iranians and of other interested parties in vehemence and emotion. But the substance of American officials’ understanding of the deal is diametrically opposite to that of the Iranians, of Iran’s clients, and of interested parties in the region who had sought to influence the negotiations.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 21.07.2015


 

Iran Deal: Implications and Lessons to Draw

Now that an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue has been reached, attention is turning to how it will affect the region and the world...

Andrei AKULOV | 21.07.2015


 

Final Iran Deal Reached: Russia’s Perspective Circumstances

The final deal has been reached after three weeks of continuous efforts as the negotiation process developed in Vienna. Five United Nations Security Council permanent members, Germany and Iran concluded a final agreement. The 100-page document contains technical and legal details. This is an event of global importance, a bright example of great powers’ cooperation – something that has happened so seldom recently...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 19.07.2015


 

The US Was Forced to Negotiate with Iran Because of Changing Global Circumstances

Speaking from Charlottesville, US celebrity billionaire and presidential hopeful Donald Trump lamented that US President Barack Obama «dealt from desperation» while drafting a final nuclear agreement with Iran in Vienna. Trump had it partially right, but he also had it partially wrong too. It was not that the Obama Administration was desperate per se as Trump lambasted. It is that the United States of America is in decline as the foremost power of the world, which is what forced the US government to sit at the negotiating table with the Iranian government...

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 19.07.2015


 

Israel categorically rejects the nuclear deal with Iran

One of the many stumbling blocks - if not the biggest one - that immediately emerged to impede the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program (recently signed by the group of six world powers) is the position of Israel. «The world is a much more dangerous place today than it was yesterday» - with these words, that country’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, began his assessment of the accord, which was broadcast to the world in English. He called it «a stunning historic mistake»...

Dmitry MININ | 18.07.2015


 

Netanyahu mobilizes his «fifth column» in America

Even before the P5+1 countries announced in Vienna their milestone Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreement with Iran, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was mobilizing his «fifth column» of Israeli operatives in the U.S. Congress, the media, Washington area «think tanks,» and religious leaders to lambaste the agreement and vow to overturn it at the earliest opportunity. Netanyahu was already counting votes in the U.S. Senate for a presidential veto-proof majority that would dump the agreement...

Wayne MADSEN | 17.07.2015


 

India extends cautious welcome to Iran deal

A full day after the announcement came in Vienna that Iran and the world powers have reached an agreement on the nuclear issue, Delhi extended a cautious welcome. The foreign ministry spokesperson said that Delhi is waiting to see the text of the agreement but provisionally welcomed the «successful conclusion» of the negotiations...

Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR | 16.07.2015




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