Mobile version Today: 06.02.2016 Last update 22:45 | Select date
 
 
home sitemap write a letter facebook twitter
Add to favourites RSS


ONLINE JOURNAL
About us
Authors
Contacts
    What Kind of State Is Erdogan’s Turkey?  
    There Is No Freedom Without Truth  
    Waiting for Perfect Storm  
  HOME PAGE WORLD BUSINESS HISTORY & CULTURE COLUMNISTS  
 
 
 
EDITOR'S CHOICE
 
UN Rules Julian Assange is “Arbitrarily Detained” - Paul Craig Roberts
 
Planned Turkish Invasion of Syria? In Close Liaison with Washington
all articles
 
 
 
 
NEWS
 
 
Syria FM warns against any foreign ‘ground intervention’...

Orthodox, Catholic Leaders Meeting Vital to Protect Christians...

Syrian Army captures Al-Naymah near the Jordanian border...

Syrian Army, Hezbollah capture Bashkoy - Rityan Road...

Russia can’t ‘unilaterally’ impose Syria ceasefire while opposition rejects peace talks – Churkin...

Sanders catching up with Clinton, poll shows...

Iraqi forces recapture district in troubled Anbar...

Trans Pacific Partnership signed as US seeks to counter China...

Germany's Angela Merkel To Travel To Turkey Next Week Over Migrants...

Obama claims victory after drop in U.S. jobless rate...

Syrian Army attempts to seize vital highway in southern Syria...

"Masks of the Revolution" to Be Awarded Human Rights Prize...

Representative Office of Syrian Kurdistan to Open in Moscow...

Syria liberates more towns from militants' control in Aleppo...

UN panel rules Julian Assange arbitrarily detained, entitled to liberty & compensation...

all news
 
 
 
FACEBOOK
 
 

 

 
 
 

Iran

| Go to news

The publication period from     

 

 

Who’s Getting into Iran’s Markets Today?

Contrary to the popular view that almost every leading economy around the world has now entered the fray for various segments of the Iranian market (now freed from sanctions), many countries are still in no hurry to resurrect their trade with Iran. There are many reasons for this, such as the technical difficulties of reviving canceled or unfulfilled contracts, and also Iranian potential solvency problems, given the drop in oil prices, etc. In addition, not everyone in the West likes the independent foreign policy conducted by the Islamic Republic of Iran...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 04.02.2016


 

First Europe bank to open Iran office

News | 03.02.2016


 

Iran discussing South Azadegan with Total

News | 31.01.2016


 

Silk Dragon Takes Persian Road

He came, he saw, and he pocketed all the deals that matter.  Chinese President Xi Jinping’s tour of Southwest Asia – Saudi Arabia, Iran and Egypt – could easily be sold anywhere as your typical Chinese-style win-win...

Pepe ESCOBAR | 27.01.2016


 

Russia to Reap While Others Weep for Misdeeds Towards Iran

With the historic return of Iran to world markets following the international nuclear accord’s implementation, Russia stands to be a big winner from budding economic fortunes. News headlines spoke of a new era in international relations, with decades of largely Western-imposed sanctions on the Iranian economy finally being lifted. The Persian empire is back with a bang it seems – and Russia is poised to reap the fruits of a benign strategic relationship...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 25.01.2016


 

Iran and «Economy of Resistance» Strategy

The international sanctions against Iran have been lifted. President Hassan Rouhani believes that Iran is opening a new chapter in its relations with the world. By adopting the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which will ensure the exclusively peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear programme, Tehran has once again become a fully-fledged member of international life, having reserved the right to the ‘peaceful atom’. President Rouhani has called the nuclear deal a «golden page» in Iran’s history. However, the lifting of sanctions has not resulted in any particular rejoicing in Tehran...

Nikolai BOBKIN | 24.01.2016


 

China Wades into Iran-Saudi Swamp

Iran is back with a bang. And what a bang. The simplistic Western narrative rules that after the end of UN, US and EU sanctions – in fact a few still remain in place – Iran is rejoining global markets. That may be the case – from Tehran clinching a deal to buy 114 planes from Airbus to Iranian oil soon hitting Western markets. But the key question is actually how, at what pace, and with what partners Tehran plans to rejoin global markets.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 22.01.2016


 

China Gears Up to Launch Middle East Pivot Policy

Chinese President Xi Jinping's first official visit to the Middle East next week is a signal of Beijing's intention to be a major player in Mid East affairs. Against the background of extremely intensive international contacts since the assumption of the Chinese presidency in March 2013, Xi Jinping’s first Middle East tour from Jan. 19 to Jan. 23 will include Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Iran...

Peter KORZUN | 17.01.2016


 

Saudi-Iran Crisis: Russia to Push World from Brink of War

On Jan. 10, Arab League foreign ministers condemned recent attacks on Saudi Arabia's diplomatic missions in Iran. A statement at the end of a Cairo emergency meeting accused the Iranian authorities of failing to protect the Saudi embassy set on fire by an angry crowd. All members of the Arab League voted in favor of the statement, with the exception of Lebanon...

Peter KORZUN | 14.01.2016


 

Sunni-Shia Conflict: Qui prodest?

Islam is not a monolith. Sunni and Shia Islam are the two main denominations of the religion divided by major differences. Within the two, there are many branches and various types of schools with, sometimes, even bigger differences to separate them. The debates between Sunnis and Shiites has always existed but there was a particular kind of balance between the two...

Dmitry MININ | 13.01.2016




1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 23
 
 
 
OUR COLUMNIST
    Andrei AKULOV

Turkey: Treaty Commitments Breached as Ankara Prepares for Military Solution in Syria

The Russian military said on February 4 that it has "reasonable grounds" to suspect that Turkey   is making intensive preparations for a military invasion of neighboring Syria. Images of a checkpoint on the border between the Turkish town of Reyhanli and the town of Sarmada in Syrian taken in late October and late January show a buildup of transportation infrastructure that could be used for moving in troops, ammunition and weapons, spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said in an English-language written statement...

06.02.2016
 
 
 
 
 
 
TAGS
 
 
 
Aeroflot AFISMA African Union Africom AIIB AIPAC Al Qaeda Al Shabaab Al-Jazeera ALBA Amnesty International Anonymous Ansar Allah APEC Arab League ASEAN ATAKA Atomstroyexport Bank for International Settlements Bank of America Barclays Basel Committee BBC Bilderberg Club Black Bloc BlackRock Blackwater BND Boco Haram BP BRICS CARICOM CELAC Center for Responsive Politics CEPAL Chatham House Chevron CIA CICA CIS Citigroup CNN Committee of 147 Committee of 300 Council of Europe Council on Foreign Relations Crescent Crescent Petroleum CSTO Customs Union CyberBerkut DARPA Davos DEA Defense Intelligence Agency Democratic Party DIA Dragon Family E.ON Eager Lion ECOWAS EDA ELNET Enbridge Pipelines ETA EU EULEX EurAsEc Eurasian Union European Commission European Court of Human Rights European Union Exxon Mobil Facebook FAO FARC FATAH FBI FDA Federal Reserve FIFA Financial Action Task Force Financial Stability Board Fitch FIVE EYES Franklin Templeton Freedom House FRS FSB FTA FUEN G-4 G20 G7 G8 GATA Gazprom GCHQ GECF Gladio Glonass Goldman Sachs Google Green Group Greenpeace GUAM Guardian Gulf Cooperation Council Hague Tribunal HAMAS Heritage Foundation Hezbollah Hizb ut-Tahrir Hollywood HSBC Human Rights Watch IAAF IAEA IEA IHRC IMF International Criminal Court Interpol IOC ISAF Islamic jihad Islamic Revolution Guards Corps ITERA Jamestown Jobbik JP Morgan Jundullah KFOR KLA Ku Klux Klan Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam Lord’s Resistance Army Lukoil Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mercosur Microsoft Missile defense Missile Defense Agency Monsanto Moody's Morgan Stanley Mossad Most-Favoured Nation Mujahedin-e Khalq Muslim Brotherhood Nabucco NAFTA Naftogaz NASA Nation of Islam National Security Agency NATO NDAA NDI NED Non-aligned Movement NORAD Nord Stream NORTHCOM Northern Distribution Network NSA OECD Oerlikon OIC OPCW OPEC Open Government Partnership Organization of American States OSCE OTW movement OUN / UPA PACE PACOM Pan-Europa movement Pegida Pentagon PJAK PKK Podemos POLISARIO PRISM PYD Red Cross Renova Republican Party Rosatom Roscosmos Rosneft Rosoboronexport Ruhrgas RusAl RWE SABSA Scientology Shanghai Cooperation Organization Shell Siemens South Stream Southern Command Standard & Poor's Statoil Strategic Nuclear Forces Stratfor SWF SWIFT Syrian National Council SYRIZA Taliban Tamarod TANAP TAPI TeleSur TiSA TNK-BP Total Trans-Pacific Partnership Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Transneft Turkish Stream Twitter UN UN International Court UNASUR UNESCO UNICEF USAID Valdai Club Visegrad Group Volkswagen Wall Street Westinghouse WHO Wikileaks World Bank WTO Yukos “Mass Atrocity Response Operations”
 
 
 

Republishing is welcomed with reference to Strategic Culture Foundation on-line journal www.strategic-culture.org.


 

 

 
 
© Strategic Culture Foundation

RSS

Main Politics History&Culture Archive Authors Popular
  Economics Columns About Contact