• Trump 2018-01-17 02:25

    By Ahmad Mohammad Bagher

    Trump, the controversial president in 2017

    A year into his presidency, U.S. President Donald Trump has made overwhelmingly controversial decisions and has taken stances that affected the world one way or another.

  • Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi 2018-01-16 17:10

    U.S. move in Syria may ignite ‘flames of war’: Iran

    TEHRAN – Iran on Tuesday denounced a U.S. plan to deploy a militant force near Syria’s border with Turkey as a “blatant” and “clear example” of interference in Syria’s domestic affairs, saying the move “fans the flames of the conflict” there.

  • Nuclear deal based on verification, not trust: Moniz 2018-01-16 11:11

    Nuclear deal based on verification, not trust: Moniz

    TEHRAN – Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest J. Moniz has expressed support for the Iran nuclear deal, saying the agreement “is based on verification, not trust.”

  • Ghaderi 2018-01-16 10:24

    By Mohammad Ghaderi

    Trump and riddle of JCPOA

    TEHRAN - Although some news agencies have viewed the U.S. president stance on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) positively, the fact is Washington has long been breaching the nuclear deal. 

  • Iran 2018-01-16 03:14

    By Raad Hadi Jabareh

    French recognition of Iran’s Quds Force roles

    French President Emmanuel Macron has chosen the right time to make a telephone call to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani as the first Western leader to do so since demonstrations and violence broke out in Tehran and several other Iranian cities.

  • Richard Nephew 2018-01-15 10:13

    By Javad Heirannia

    Iran won’t accept restrictions on uranium enrichment permanent: Nephew

    TEHRAN – Richard Nephew, who served as the lead sanctions expert for the U.S. team negotiating with Iran, is of the opinion that I do not believe the EU will accept to make restrictions on Iran's uranium enrichment permanent.

  • نادر انتصار 2018-01-15 09:56

    By Javad Heirannia

    Trump hopes to continue his game of diplomatic chicken with Iran: expert

    TEHRAN – Professor Nader Entessar from South Alabama University says “The game of "what will the U.S. do, what it will not do" every 90 days must end.  Iran cannot afford to remain in a state of continuous limbo with respect to the JCPOA's fate.” 

  •  Filip Kovacevic 2018-01-14 10:10

    By Payman Yazdani

    People support, strategic external partnership to push back U.S. threat against Iran: Kovacevic

    TEHRAN - Filip Kovacevic, professor of geopolitics, University of San Francisco believes the only way to thwart the U.S. threats against Iran’s Establishment is to meet the needs of people inside and having strategic external partnerships. 

  • Peter Onuf 2018-01-13 10:15

    By Javad Heirannia

    Legitimacy Western democracies problem : Peter Onuf

    TEHRAN – Peter S. Onuf, a professor of history at the University of Virginia, says “the problem (in some places, crisis) of legitimacy is by no means a strictly American one -- nor, I shouldn't have to add, is it confined to Western "democracies.”

  • دیدار ترامپ و پوتین در ویتنام‎ 2018-01-13 09:52

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    U.S. look at Russian elections

    TEHRAN - Russia's national election is being held while the United States is trying to interfere in its internal affairs. In other words, the Russian authorities have repeatedly warned the United States about Russia's internal affairs. Recently Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned U.S. officials about this. However, American politicians seem to try to continue their intervention against Vladimir Putin. The ambitious goal of U.S. officials is to weaken Russia's power in the international system.

  • U.S.-Israel-Saudi triangle intended to create other crises: MP 2018-01-12 19:54

    U.S.-Israel-Saudi triangle intended to create other crises: MP

    TEHRAN – Alaeddin Boroujerdi, chairman of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, has said that the U.S., the Zionist regime and Saudi Arabia are after creating other crises in the region.

  • Stuart Sim 2018-01-12 11:50

    By Javad Heirannia

    Widening gap between upper and lower reaches of socio-economic scale in U.S.: Stuart Sim

    TEHRAN – Stuart Sim, a professor of critical theory from Northumbria University, says “There is a widening gap between the upper and lower reaches of the socio-economic scale in America, and that is causing particularly deep resentment at the lower end.”

  • پرچم آمریکا 2018-01-12 11:45

    By Reza Ghazwini

    U.S. sheds crocodile tears for ‘freedom’ in Iran 

    Iranians, whom U.S. President Donald Trump has called a terrorist nation and slapped travel restriction on them, has all of a sudden been transformed to a “heroic, resistance nation” by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence. 

  • Moniz: U.S. pullout from nuclear deal is ‘gift’ to Iran 2018-01-11 09:32

    Moniz: U.S. pullout from nuclear deal is ‘gift’ to Iran

    TEHRAN – Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest J. Moniz has warned of the consequences of the U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal, saying it would be a present to Tehran.

  • U.S. received heavy blows from Iran: Hatami  2018-01-11 09:13

    U.S. received heavy blows from Iran: Hatami

    TEHRAN – Defense Minister Amir Hatami on Wednesday warned the United States against any anti-Iran move, pointing to a history of heavy blows the U.S. has received in response.

  • taliaferro 2018-01-10 09:17

    By Javad Heirannia

    Trump is not champion of democracy: Charles Taliaferro

    TEHRAN – Charles Taliaferro, a professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College, says “Trump might be considered as heading up a democratic element in the USA, but his relentless attack on the free press, his attempts to have his rivals put in jail, his deportation of innocent young people who were brought to the USA illegally but as children, his sticking down of protections from pollution, his withdrawal from the Paris accord -which is widely supported by most, educated Americans, his defending neo-Nazi groups as no worse than left wing protestors, and more, make him out to not be a champion of democracy.”

  • Thousands of students meet with Ayatollah Khamenei 2018-01-09 14:06

    Leader lauds nation for foiling enemy’s plot

    Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says a “triangle” of enemies, including the US, a Persian Gulf government and the MKO terror organization, has been plotting over the past months to foment chaos and violence in Iran.

  • Army chief slams U.S. support for rioters 2018-01-08 20:04

    Army chief slams U.S. support for rioters

    TEHRAN – It was not surprising to see the enemies support the recent unrest in Iran, commander of the Iranian Army said of the U.S. president’s support for rioters, stressing that hostile plots against Iran are all doomed to failure.

  • Brexit 2018-01-08 09:40

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    A deadlock in relations between Britain and Europe 

    2018; the climax of the conflicts over Brexit 

    2018 begins as warnings about the effects and consequences of the Brexit have raised in England! In 2016, we witnessed an important referendum in this country.

  • shamkhani 2018-01-07 19:54

    Iran urges cooperation with Pakistan to counter U.S.

    TEHRAN - Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said on Sunday that Islamic countries, especially Iran and Pakistan, should expand cooperation against the U.S. policies.

  • Turkey 2018-01-07 02:53

    By Korshaid Dali

    On the Turkish-Israeli clash

    The media and political clash between Turkey and Israel has intensified following Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to the Holy City.

  • Martin Love 2018-01-06 12:09

    By Martin Love

    Wealth moving from West to East

    CALIFORNAI - Protest and turmoil. Social or political or economic or all three. Some turmoil has been happening in Iran of late.

  • U.S. and UK  military 2018-01-06 09:45

    By Sajad Abedi

    The Thinking of U.S. and UK in signing of military action

    TEHRAN - The rising strength of the Revolutionary Guards has made Western thinkers feel scared about this power. The fears of aggression are among the American and European politicians who are not willing to accept the power of popular institutions in independent countries.

  •  Yemen 2018-01-05 12:23

    By Farzad Farhadi

    The U.S. hidden and open objectives in Yemen

    TEHRAN _ When the Yemeni ballistic missile was fired at Yamama Palace, lots of hidden issues about the coordination of the United States and Al Saud wasunfolded.

  • Tim Anderson 2018-01-02 05:02

    By Zahra Sadat Khezri

    Trump’s crude move may further weaken U.S., Israel: Sydney prof.

    Tim Anderson says the Saud regime has moved closer than ever to Israel during its failing wars on multiple Arab countries.

  • حمیدرضا آصفی 2017-12-31 11:47

    Ex-diplomat: U.S., Saudis seeking to misuse civil protests in Iran

    TEHRAN – Backed by the U.S., the Saudi regime is trying to take advantage of the civil protests and freedom of expression in Iran to achieve its political objectives and foment chaos, a former Iranian ambassador and Foreign Ministry spokesperson has warned.

  • Martin Love 2017-12-31 11:08

    By Martin Love

    Objections may be constructive

    California - Go to an Internet search engine and type: “What has Iran done to hurt the United States?” And guess what? Little to nothing comes up to suggest Iran had ever done anything to “hurt” the U.S., aside from the hostage crisis during Jimmy Carter’s presidency. Carter cut diplomatic relations with Iran, and so it’s been ever since. Sadly.

  • UAE 2017-12-31 09:12

    By Osama Abu Irshaid

    The UAE’s destructive policies… Why?

    In a matter of a few days, the UAE created two diplomatic crises with Turkey and Tunisia. This has been added to its shameful record in the region and its destruction of its structure.

  •  Rodney Bruce Hall 2017-12-26 09:49

    By Javad Heirannia

    U.S. new grand strategy don't aborning traditional elements of soft power: Bruce Hall

    TEHRAN - Rodney Bruce Hall, a professor of international relations at the University of Macau, says, “U.S. Grand Strategy has long relied on keeping its armed forces to a strength level that the threat of new U.S. military interventions is always credible.”

  • Prof. Larry Backer 2017-12-24 08:49

    By Payman Yazdani

    Prof. Backer: Nothing in NSS suggesting a strategic objective to reject JCPOA

    TEHRAN _ Commenting on the U.S. new National Security Strategy, Larry Backer, Professor of Law and International Affairs in Penn State University says there is nothing in the NSS that suggests a strategic objective to reject the JCPOA.