Islamic Republic of Iran Headlines

  • 'Pushing Back on Iran': One Expert's Strategy to Confront the Islamic Republic

    Haunting scenes of children gasping for air in their final moments during the suspected chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma earlier this month have prompted calls to punish Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for his regime's mass atrocities. Often lost in the fury over the Douma attack, however, is the fact that Assad's war machine is entirely dependent on Iran (and, to a lesser extent, Russia). The post ‘Pushing Back on Iran’: One Expert’s Strategy to Confront the Islamic Republic...

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  • Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast

    NEW YORK (AP) - Iran's foreign minister says neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia can be the dominant power in the Middle East and what's needed most is for the...

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  • Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast

    Iran's foreign minister says neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia can be the dominant power in the Middle East and what's needed most is for the eight countries in the Persian Gulf region to talk to each other — not about each other. Mohammad Javad Zarif says that "in an attempt to be the...

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  • Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast

    NEW YORK (AP) — Iran’s foreign minister says neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia can be the dominant power in the Middle East and what’s needed most is for the eight countries in the Persian Gulf… The post Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast appeared first on WTOP.

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  • Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast

    Iran's foreign minister says neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia can be the dominant power in the Middle East and what's needed most is for the eight countries in the Persian Gulf region to talk to each other _ not about each other.

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  • Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast

    Iran's foreign minister says neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia can be the dominant power in the Middle East and what's needed most is for the eight countries in the Persian Gulf region to talk to each other _ not about each other.

    miamiherald
  • Iran minister: Neither Iran nor Saudis can dominate Mideast

    Iran's foreign minister says neither Iran nor Saudi Arabia can be the dominant power in the Middle East and what's needed most is for the eight countries in the Persian Gulf region to talk to each other _ not about each other.

    thenewstribune
  • Iran mummy mystery: Remains found in Iran could be father of last shah

    Reza Shah pushed to modernize Iran before being deposed and dying in exile during World War II.

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  • Iran foreign minister: If U.S. exits deal, Iran likely will too

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday that if the Trump administration withdraws from the Iran nuclear agreement than Iran could abandon the deal as well. (April 24)

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  • Iran's Rouhani warns Trump he'll 'face severe consequences' if he exits the Iran deal

    Thomson Reuters LONDON (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday to remain in the nuclear deal Tehran signed with world powers in 2015, or face "severe consequences". "I am telling those in the White House that if they do not live up to their commitments, the Iranian government will react firmly," Rouhani said in a speech broadcast live on state television.See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: These 3D printed homes can be...

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  • What Iran Really Wants

    Paul R. Pillar Security, Middle East A primary rationale for much U.S. policy in the Middle East has been to curb Iranian “influence.” But that is too generic a concept to be a basis for sound policy. THE ADVENT of the Trump administration has put U.S.-Iranian relations into a deep freeze. President Trump has repeatedly indicated his displeasure with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the agreement that restricts Iran’s nuclear program. His appointment of Mike Pompeo to become...

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  • Iran Has No Interest in a ‘New Deal’

    The nuclear deal with Iran doesn't need to be "fixed" or built upon or "enlarged."

    The American Conservative
  • Is the Iran nuclear deal about to collapse?

    US President Donald Trump says it is the "worst deal ever" and threatened to abandon it in May.

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  • The Fantasy of a ‘New Deal’ with Iran

    French President Emmanuel Macron is proposing a "new deal" with Iran that is just as sure to be rejected by other parties as the "fixes" demanded by Trump: A

    The American Conservative
  • The Iran Deal Is Dead. Now What?

    Ilan Berman Security, Middle East The pendulum has swung decisively in favor of Donald Trump “nixing” the Iran nuclear deal at the earliest possible opportunity. The operative question is: what comes next? These days, it’s increasingly clear that the Iran nuclear deal is on life support. For much of the past year, opinion within the Trump administration has been more or less evenly divided between those who support preserving the 2015 agreement (formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan...

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  • Empowering Islam by Rewriting History

    The strategy of those who seek to whitewash and thus empower Islam is to fixate on peaceful aberrations while suppressing the continuum of hostility.

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  • Iran's Khamenei quits Telegram

    Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei announced Wednesday that he would no longer use the hugely popular messaging app Telegram, shifting instead to...

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  • Iran, the Palestinians' seductive ally

    Alliances between nations as well as between nations and non-state actors appear and disappear, pushed by the tides of history and geopolitics. NATO is a shadow of its original self, as is the Arab nations' alliance with the Palestinians. The reason is Shiite Iran, which has seduced the Palestinians away ...

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  • No new EU sanctions on Iran

    EU foreign ministers on Monday discussed how they could persuade the US not to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, but stopped short of imposing new sanctions...

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  • Stay in Syria to block Iran

    The successful allied air strike on chemical-weapons facilities in Syria has given President Trump a victory — but not a mission. The victory against Bashar al-Assad is a well-deserved response to his use of weapons of mass destruction against his own people, as Germany and the Saudis recognize, in addition to Britain and France. What’s...

    New York Post
  • 'Islam shouldn't culturally shape Germany'

    A leading German politician has dug his heels in to the debate over Islam in Germany. In an interview, Alexander Dobrindt said he wasn't discriminating against Muslims, but that Islam "has no cultural roots in Germany."

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  • Germany: Cannot renegotiate Iran nuclear deal

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Keeping the international nuclear deal with Iran is a top priority for Germany and it cannot be renegotiated, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Wednesday as a May 12 deadline looms for the U.S. to decide on restoring U.S. sanctions on Tehran.

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  • Germany: Cannot renegotiate Iran nuclear deal

    BERLIN, April 25 (Reuters) - Keeping the international nuclear deal with Iran is a top priority for Germany and it cannot be renegotiated, a foreign...

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  • Huawei Under Criminal Investigation Over Iran Sanctions

    The Justice Department is probing whether Huawei violated U.S. sanctions related to Iran, opening a new avenue of scrutiny amid national-security concerns over the Chinese cellular-electronics giant.

    WSJ