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  • Mohammad Ghaderi Today 09:13

    By Mohammad Ghaderi - Twitter:@ghaderi62

    West's crocodile tears over human rights in Ghouta 

    TEHRAN - The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) convened Thursday to draw up a draft resolution proposed by Sweden and Kuwait, demanding a 30-day truce in Syria to allow aid deliveries and medical evacuations in Syria’s Ghouta east of Damascus. Negotiations on the draft began on February 9.

  • Brexit Yesterday 11:19

    By Saeed Sobhani

    Endless controversy in the UK

    TEHRAN - Challenges in the UK over how the country moves from the EU. Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbin, the leader of the British Labor Party, has made a bigger role in facing Teresa, the British prime minister.

  • Raouf Sheibani Yesterday 10:38

    Former Iranian ambassador in Syria:

    Nujaba's important role on failure of U.S. plan for overthrowing Syrian government

    Explaining the causes of the bill proposed by the US Congress imposing sanctions on al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance, "Raouf Sheibani” said: The Resistance Axis groups, including Hezbollah al-Nujaba, prevented form and challenged the American-Zionist plan of overthrowing the Syrian government.‌

  • نادر انتصار Yesterday 09:56

    By Javad Heirannia

    Saudi-UAE move in the Sahel region is for rivalry with Iran: Prof. Entessar

    TEHRAN – Professor Nader Entessar from South Alabama University says that “Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been looking at the Sahel region of West Africa as a major source of investment.”

  • European officials Yesterday 09:43

    Hanif Ghafari

    Why EU is worried?

    TEHRAN - European officials continue to worry about their political future. The social, political, economic and security developments in Europe show that the European Union is not in a good position. This has caused European officials and many experts and analysts to warn Europe's issues about the future. A future whose signs are now visible.

  • Sayed Abbas Al Musawi 2018-02-23 11:09

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    Sayed Abbas Al Musawi: A Revolutionary Hero

    BEIRUT - Each time a man stands up for a stance or strikes out against prejudice and tyranny, he sends forth a ripple of hope, which builds a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of subjugation. Sayed Abbas Al Moswai, one of the major founders of Hezbollah movement in Lebanon and the former Secretary General of Hezbollah, witnessed the cruelty of his time. He felt the pain and experienced the agony of the Lebanese and the other oppressed nations. Al Moswai perceived the tragedy of the people of Palestine since he was young and participated actively to remove the two brotherly peoples’ occupation nightmare; the Palestinians and the Lebanese.

  •  Nabeel Rajab 2018-02-23 10:52

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    Nabeel Rajab: The voice of the voiceless

    BEIRUT - Nabeel Rajab, a Bahraini prominent human rights advocate, is serving a pre-trail detention for exercising his right to freedom of expression, amid the international calls to immediately and unconditionally release him. The Bahraini authorities detained Rajab in relation to his activism, and to statements he post on twitter. Rajab had been found guilty of ‘spreading rumours and untruthful information’ against the Bahraini government in TV interviews.

  • Silk Road 2018-02-21 10:23

    By Vahid Pourtajrishi & Elaheh Shirvani

    Cultural considering New Silk Road: One Belt One Road One Culture

    TEHRAN - One Belt One Road policy as Xi Jinpeng’s initiative is not just an economic plan but a cultural one which could create an integrated and unified culture along entire the route.

  • Syria 2018-02-21 09:43

    By Payman Yazdani

    U.S. multifaceted objectives in Syria

    TEHRAN - Just weeks after failure of the ISIL terrorist group in Iraq and Syria, the United States announced that it is going to create a security belt from Erbil to the Mediterranean under the pretext of “preventing the return of ISIL.”

  • trump 2018-02-20 15:05

    By Ali Alemi 

    The conflict continues in the United States

    TEHRAN - Russia's interference in the U.S. presidential election (2016) is still open. This is while Russian officials have said they have not intervened in the presidential election. A review of the Reuters news agency in this regard suggests that in the near future, we will witness intense conflicts between the American security authorities and the White House officials.

  • Martin Love 2018-02-20 13:53

    By Martin Love

    The charges against Russians are Mickey Mouse   

    NORTH CAROLINA - If it were not simply insane, you’d have to laugh: Months of investigation, many millions of bucks spent, and U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former head of the FBI, announces last week an indictment of 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities, accusing them of interfering in the 2016 presidential election and operating fake social media accounts.

  • Ghaderi 2018-02-20 12:39

    By Mohammad Ghaderi

    Some Europeans complicit in possible trashing of JCPOA

    TEHRAN - The Munich security conference has been shadowed by a paradoxical policy on the nuclear deal with Iran. The German Foreign Minister has only asked Trump to stay in the nuclear deal, and the French Foreign Minister has preferred to remain silent.

  • Munich Security Conference 2018-02-18 09:34

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    From Davos to Munich 

    TEHRAN - The remarks made by European officials at the Munich Security Conference show that they are worried about the future of Europe (given America's policies). Undoubtedly, Donald Trump's presence at the top of the political and executive equations of the United States has exacerbated this concern.

  • Abedi 2018-02-18 09:13

    By Sajad Abedi

    Modern management and requirements in the age of information

    TEHRAN - Undoubtedly, the creation of compatibility in different aspects of the organization with environmental changes and the use of tools that are increasingly available to managers with the advancement of technology is not only necessary, but the life of organizations in today's volatile and turbulent environments depends on this. Managers may pursue new organizational designs with different motivations. 

  • Trump extends state of emergency with Iran 2018-02-17 10:11

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    The crime that Trump partnered with!

    TEHRAN - The shooting in the state of Florida, killing and wounding dozens of people in the incident, once again showed that the United States is facing a security crisis. In other words, we are witnessing the institutionalization of violence in the American society. American politicians such as Donald Trump not only do it, but also exacerbate it.

  • Mohammad Ghaderi 2018-02-17 09:09

    By Mohammad Ghaderi - Twitter: @ghaderi62

    'Guns Don't Kill People, People Kill People': time to retire

    U.S. teen confesses to mass shooting at Florida High School

    Again, another mass shooting, again a school, again a troubled teen, a racist, a white supremacist, a Bloods or Crips gangster, a refugee, a war veteran, a mad policeman, a terrorist from al-Qaeda, al-Nusra Front or from the ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant/Daesh) terrorist outfits … what difference does it make and again dead bodies lying on the ground in their blood. Who believes they were alive seconds ago. The story goes on and to my surprise it is having less effect than it used to have years ago. Why?

  •  Bahrain 2018-02-16 14:35

    By Ramin Hussein Abadian

    Ill treatment of dissidents in Bahrain continues

    The Bahrain revolution has turned eight years old as of February 14 and the al Khalifa regime has increasingly been intrusive and ineffective in ending the unrest.

  • Iraq occupation  2018-02-16 12:19

    By Yosra Bakhakh

    U.S. clinging tight to Iraq occupation 

    It has been almost 15 years since the US invaded Iraq and overthrew Saddam Hussein, falsely claiming he had WMD. While Iraq has defeated ISIS, also known as Daesh, Washington is still seeking excuses to prolong its stay in Iraq.

  •  Filip Kovacevic 2018-02-16 12:16

    By Payman Yazdani

    Trump’s new nuclear doctrine just rhetoric: expert

    TEHRAN - Prof. Filip Kovacevic believes Trump’s new nuclear doctrine and threats against Russia is just campaign rhetoric because any kind of use of nuclear weapons against Russia or against its allies would quickly lead to mutual destruction.

  • Javani 2018-02-16 12:03

    By Yadollah Javani

    "U.S. sees own interests as benchmark for good, evil"

    TEHRAN - A political analyst has blasted the U.S.’ double-standard policies towards Iran, saying the White House regards its own interests as a barometer of good and evil. Political commentator Yadollah Javani has, in an article published on the Persian-language Basirat news website, weighed in on Washington's double standards vis-à-vis Iran and Iranian people. The full text of the analytical piece follows.

  • Malaysia 2018-02-14 17:14

    By MD Staff

    Malaysia’s Efforts in Improving Education: Lessons for Developing Countries

    Malaysia’s efforts to tackle education challenges, particularly through the establishment of a ‘delivery unit’ that tracks results, can help other countries seeking to improve implementation in the sector, says a new World Bank report.

  • peacekeepers 2018-02-14 17:10

    By Anant Mishra

    Assessing United Nation’s commitment to “resolve conflict”: The need to re-strategize Peacekeeping missions

    Numerous peacekeeping missions conducted by the UN “drastically” failed to “maintain peace and security” in the “conflict-rigged” regions.

  • Mosque Brussels 2018-02-14 17:06

    By Dr. James M. Dorsey

    Surrendering a Brussels mosque: A Saudi break with ultra-conservatism?

    Saudi Arabia, in an indication that it is serious about shaving off the sharp edges of its Sunni Muslim ultra-conservatism, has agreed to surrender control of the Great Mosque in Brussels.

  •  Hesam al-Dajani 2018-02-14 11:50

    By Fatemeh Salehi

    Iran-Qatar strong ties, a threat to U.S., says professor al-Dajani

    TEHRAN - A professor of political science at al-Ummah University in Gaza believes that Washington, whose strategic interest is at stake in the broken ties between Qatar and three members of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, is making every effort to mend the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC)’s diplomatic spat.

  • مرکل 2018-02-14 11:34

    By Ali Alemi

    Merkel’s mojo waning in Germany

    TEHRAN - The German Chancellor has conceded much to its rival party in the formation of a coalition government with the Social Democratic Party. Undoubtedly, few will remember Merkel as a powerful politician in Germany and Europe she once was, and there have been many reports on this issue.

  • North Korea, South korea 2018-02-13 11:11

    North Korean leader praises 'sincere, impressive' South Korea

    North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, has praised the “warm climate of reconciliation and dialogue” after a delegation returned from their three-day visit to the South for the Winter Olympics.

  • Frank N. von Hippel 2018-02-13 10:40

    By Javad Heirannia

    Iran is very different from North Korea: ex-White House official

    TEHRAN – Professor Frank N. von Hippel, former assistant director for national security in the White House Office of Science and Technology says “Iran has been very helpful in unilaterally limiting the range of its ballistic missiles to 2000 kilometers.” 

  • Martin Love 2018-02-13 10:07

    By Martin Love

    Pence and the troubling prospect he is

    I enjoy a number of news sources about Iran here in the U.S. This is the wonder of the Internet. Some of these sources are Iranian dissidents in the West; Iranians who likely would not be welcome in Iran. I feel bad for them in this regard, but this in nothing new.

  • Robert David Steele 2018-02-13 09:54

    By Javad Heirannia

    Zionists control U.S. national security policy: ex-CIA officer

    TEHRAN - Robert David Steele, the former CIA clandestine operations officer, tells the Tehran Times that the U.S. “new nuclear doctrine is about borrowing and spending hundreds of billions of dollars that will go into the pockets of the one percent.”

  • Trump to impose sanctions on Iran’s IRIB: source 2018-02-12 09:31

    By Saeed Sobhani

    The controversy of Trump and Congress continues

    TEHRAN - The conflict between the president of the United States and Congress is on the rise. The closure of the federal government reflects tensions between Trump and US senators. This is while the US Congress is currently in the hands of Republican Party members. In other words, the Democrats currently do not have the majority of Congress.