“It’s clear that decades of estrangement have led to a fundamental misunderstanding of Iran in Washington. Notwithstanding the Obama administration’s nuclear negotiations, every U.S. administration since the 1979 Iranian revolution has failed in its declared objective to contain Iran. If Trump wishes to free future generations of anxiety over U.S.-Iran tensions, he should pay careful attention to five points in formulating his Iran policy.”
“A former Iranian diplomat on what Trump needs to know about Iran,” Seyed Hossein Mousavian, Reuters, October 9, 2017.
“The current U.S. administration policies would contribute to more instability and disorder in the Middle East and beyond,” says Seyed Hossein Mousavian, a senior negotiator in the Iran nuclear issue during the administration of former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, and now a Princeton University visiting research scholar. Read More “Here’s How Trump is Dragging the […]Read More
Interview: Trump and the Iran Deal Full Interview (starts at 4m30s) “Trump and the Iran Deal,” NOS Public Broadcasting, October 13, 2017.Read More
Préservons l’accord sur le nucléaire iranien, c’est le modèle à suivre avec la Corée du Nord (in French)
Read More “Préservons l’accord sur le nucléaire iranien, c’est le modèle à suivre avec la Corée du Nord,” Le Monde, Seyed Hossein Mousavian, October 10, 2017.Read More
Here is how Hossein Mousavian, Tehran’s former Ambassador to the US, explains Iran’s policy: After the revolution, Iran was invaded by Saddam Hussein’s Iraq and, for much of the past decade, chaos on its thousands of miles of borders with Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan – all factors that have compelled it to play a regional […]Read More