Tag Archives: US-Iran Relations

BBC Interview: Trump’s Iran Policy

BBC Interview: Trump’s Iran Policy Full Interview (begins at 17:45) “California fires, veterans in Puerto Rico, Johnny Clegg’s last tour,” PRI’s the World, October 12, 2017.

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Iran Has a Chance for a Historic Leap, and It Should Appreciate It

“Trump’s decisions will bring deep changes, both to the United States and to the world. These changes will create serious threats for Iran, but on the other hand, domestic and international challenges that Trump’s administration will face, can create opportunities for Tehran. While other countries are spending millions of dollars per year to build a […]

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Interview: Going Global With David Delgado

Interview: The effect of a Trump Presidency on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, aka The Iran Nuclear Agreement and the possible fallout of Trump’s Revised Travel Ban on the Agreement and Global Security. “Interview: Going Global With David Delgado,” Voice It Radio, March 27, 2017.

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L’Iran est encerclé par les Américains (Rea

Hossein Mousavian, chercheur à l’université de Princeton, ancien officiel et diplomate iranien, était l’invité de l’Institut Issam Farès pour les politiques publiques et les affaires internationales à l’AUB, lors d’une conférence, mercredi dernier, portant sur les enjeux du nucléaire dans la région et dans le monde. Read More “L’Iran est encerclé par les Américains,” L’Orient-Le […]

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Trump’s ‘moderate’ defense secretary has already brought us to the brink of war

Am I exaggerating? Ask the Iranians. “Boarding an Iranian ship is a shortcut” to confrontation, says Seyyed Hossein Mousavian, former member of Iran’s National Security Council and a close ally of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Even if a firefight in international waters were avoided, the Islamic Republic, Mousavian tells me, “would retaliate” and has “many […]

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