Tag Archives: Negotiations

Iran showed goodwill to remove US hostility: Mousavian

Addressing meeting of Global Relations Council in Cleveland, Ohio on Saturday, Syyed Hossein Mousavian described the relations between Iran and the US as the most complicated in today’s world of diplomacy. Read More “Iran showed goodwill to remove US hostility: Mousavian,” The Iran Project, April 2, 2016.

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Dealing With Iran: The Key Word Is ‘Respect’

In “Talk to Tehran, but Talk Tough” (Op-Ed, Jan. 19), Nicholas Burns, a former under secretary of state, calls for President Obama and whoever succeeds him to find a “right balance” on Iran that straddles “between cooperation on nuclear issues and containment of Iranian aggression.” The surefire way to ensure that Iran abandons its obligations […]

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İran’ın yaptırım zincirinden kurtulması bölgeyi etkileyecek (Turkish)

İran’a yönelik ekonomik ve finansal yaptırımların kaldırılmasını değerlendiren uzmanlar, daha zengin İran’ın daha fazla istikrarsızlık üreteceği tahmininde bulunurken, ekonomik açıdan ise olumlu yansımaları olacağı öngörüsünde bulundular. Read More “İran’ın yaptırım zincirinden kurtulması bölgeyi etkileyecek,” Hasan Tosun, AA, January 20, 2016.

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BRIDGE BUILDING FOR GLOBAL PEACE AND SECURITY

For the last 35 years, I have devoted my professional and personal life to advance peace and security in one of the world’s most turbulent regions—the Middle East, in addition to addressing key issues facing the international community from nuclear proliferation risks to countering terrorism and bringing about regional security. From 1997 to 2005, I […]

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“Irán reforzó su programa nuclear para presionar a Estados Unidos” (Spanish)

“Irán reforzó su programa nuclear para presionar a Estados Unidos” (Spanish) Seyed Hossein Mousavian está convencido de que las sanciones impuestas por Occidente a Irán fueron “contraproducentes”. Este diplomático y politólogo iraní explicó este viernes en Madrid que Teherán decidió reforzar su programa nuclear en respuesta a las mismas. “Para presionar a Washington”, añadió. Read […]

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Why Iran Doesn’t Trust America — And What Can Be Done to Change That

During his speech before the United Nations General Assembly, U.S. President Barack Obama accused Iran of using “violent proxies to advance its interests,” which he claimed served to “fuel sectarian conflict” in the region. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani shot back during his speech, decrying what he said were “baseless accusations” against Iran and calling for […]

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Should Congress Approve the Iran Deal?

The Iran nuclear deal represents the most comprehensive international agreement ever reached in the area of nuclear nonproliferation. The confidence-building measures it elicits from Iran in order to ensure that its nuclear program will remain peaceful—ranging from intrusive inspections to novel verification mechanisms—are the most powerful of their kind that a Nuclear Nonproliferation member-state has […]

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