Iranian

US & Iran Relations

November 14, 2013
Robert Parry: France was pursuing its own economic, regional interests in thwarting the nuke deal with Iran.

Iran’s New President a Regime Insider – Wide Mandate for More Civil Liberties

June 17, 2013

Hamid Dabashi: President-elect Hassan Rohani will not change Iran’s Neo-liberal capitalism but may be inspired by popular support for more political rights and nuclear transparency

High Turnout, Rise of Centrist Candidates Mark Iran Pres. Election

June 15, 2013

Farideh Farhi: Despite voter anger in 2009, Iranians took to the polls in high numbers and strongly supported moderate candidates in initial results

Six Candidates Square Off For Iranian Presidential Elections

June 14, 2013

Arang Keshavarzian: Opposition candidates, media and bloggers restricted by Iranian government during presidential election

US Iran Policy Can’t Abide an Independent Middle East State

May 30, 2013

Hillary Mann-Leverett and Flynt Leverett: American policy based on hegemony in the Middle East – a major regional player not within the US system of supported states is a target

No Substantial Iran Negotiations Possible Without Offer of a Suspension of Sanctions

April 22, 2013

Lawrence Wilkerson: If the US is serious about negotiating with Iran it must offer a suspension of sanctions and a permanent end to sanctions once safeguards are in place – Iran has to come forward and tell the IAEA everything about the past and present of their nuclear program

IAEA report on Iran

January 14, 2013
Robert Kelley: Recent claims of IAEA that Iranians trying to hide activity at Parchin site not supported by evidence