Europe

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  • نادر انتصار Today 10:48

    By Payman Yazdani

    Entessar: EU support for JCPOA needs more than statement

    TEHRAN - Professor of Political Science hopes Iran prepare commensurate response to Trump’s possible withdrawal of the JCPOA beyond issuing condemnatory statements and intensify diplomatic pressure on Europe.

  •  Marvin Zonis Yesterday 10:44

    By Payman Yazdani

    Trump’s approach toward JCPOA contrary to U.S. interest: Prof. Zonis

    TEHRAN - Commenting on Trump’s recent approach toward the JCPOA, Marvin Zonis, Professor of international political economy says his approach is stupid and contrary to the U.S. national interest.

  • Richard Nephew Yesterday 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 Yesterday 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.” 

  • Farhang-Jahanpour.jpg 2018-01-14 09:55

    By Javad Heirannia

    JCPOA not prohibit development of ballistic missiles by Iran: Professor

    TEHRAN - Professor Farhang Jahanpour, part-time tutor on the Middle East in the Department of Continuing Education at the University of Oxford, tells the Tehran Times that “It should be remembered that a greater part of the statement released by President Trump is for domestic consumption, and also it is a face-saving formula to persuade his base that he has remained firm in his decision.”

  • Matthew Bunn 2018-01-14 09:22

    By Javad Heirannia

    I doubt the dates in JCPOA will be changed: Matthew Bunn

    TEHRAN - Matthew Bunn, a specialist in nuclear security at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, believes that “The dates in the JCPOA were the result of hard-fought compromises.  I doubt they will be changed.”

  • 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.

  • French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, from left, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and EU High Representative of the Foreign Affairs Federica Mogher 2018-01-12 12:38

    Europe urges Trump to honor nuclear deal

    Senior European diplomats have urged the United States not to kill off the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.

  • Mohammad Ghaderi 2018-01-12 11:37

    By Mohammad Ghaderi

    Beginning of 2018 and Europe's continuous security crises

    TEHRAN - The deployment of nearly 100,000 of security forces in France to protect its citizens and increase security precautions in different countries of the European Union and the Eurozone represents the continuation of terrorism threats in the region. In other words, the "security crisis" is still a serious problem in the Green Continent, and it is likely to show itself in different ways.

  • 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.

  • Austria 2018-01-06 10:12

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    The rise of right-wing extremists in Europe

    TEHRAN - The formation of the Austria's coalition government has become a major challenge for other political parties and political groups in Europe. Even in some cases, the presence of the right-wing extremist and the party called "Liberty" in the Austrian government are considered as a constant super-challenge for the Green Continent.

  •  German government 2018-01-02 09:51

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Risky signals in Europe

    TEHRAN - While the German government isn't yet formed, and its two mainstream rivals, the Social Democrats and the Christian-party coalition, are seeking to form a coalition government, German citizens' concerns about their political, social and economic future have increased. It shouldn't be forgotten that, along with the political, security and social crises, economic crises in Germany remain strong. An issue that could affect the vulnerable layers of the German community, including retirees and the elderly, in 2018 and the years after. 

  • ISIL 2018-01-02 09:46

    By Sajad Abedi

    ISIL and security order in heart of Europe

    TEHRAN - The massive acts of terrorists and the catastrophic events of 2017 reflected the new approaches of extremist and radical groups to terrorize the West.

  • Mohammad Ghaderi 2018-01-01 08:52

    By Mohammad Ghaderi 

    How Takfiri thinking found way to Europe?

    TEHRAN - When European countries, played a facilitating and complementary role in the regional war which its scenario was written by the Arabic-American and Zionist troika, which led to the destabilization of the inhabitants of Southwest Asia, in particular the two countries of Iraq and Syria, they never thought that they should soon expect a terrible storm.

  •  Angela Merkel 2017-12-27 10:02

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    From Political Deadlock in Germany to Security Crisis in Europe

    TEHRAN _ While the outcome of the two Christian Democrats and Social Democrats' negotiations for a major coalition in Berlin is still unclear, the leader of the German Liberal Democratic Party, in controversial statements, has again essentially questioned the presence of Angela Merkel at the top of the country's governing equations.

  • asylum seekers 2017-12-26 09:32

    By Hanif Ghafari

    Immigrants Crisis in Europe

    TEHRAN _ The European authorities' challenge over the asylum seekers crisis continues. Since the formation of the Austrian coalition government, this challenge has been strengthened. The Austrian coalition consists of the Freedom Party and the Central Right, and this government is one of the main opponents of the current approach of the EU towards asylum seekers. Recent comments by the Austrian Chancellor "Sebastien Kurz" is an indicator of this profound and fundamental opposition.

  • Book review  2017-12-24 10:05

    Book review  

    “American Exceptionalism, Eurocentrism and Otherisation of Muslim”

    Professor Saied Reza Ameli’s scholarly book on “American Exceptionalism, Eurocentrism and Otherisation of Muslim” is an important examination of contemporary debates related to questions of Western oppression and liberation movements. It dishes up nicely an understanding of the rise of global Islamophobia and the difficulties Muslims and others face today. His analysis gets at the roots of this and related contemporary problems, challenges and issues.

  • Ana Palacio 2017/12/21

    By Ana Palacio Former Spanish foreign minister

    Europe’s chance in 2018

    With no looming crisis and only one major election in 2018, the coming year is on track to be one of relative calm for Europe, providing a rare opportunity for the European Union to make progress on long-term challenges, from climate leadership to migration. Three areas, in particular, stand out.

  • Sebastian Kurz 2017-12-20 03:40

    By Sebastian Kurz Federal chancellor of Austria

    Only by regaining control can we solve the migration and refugee crisis

    At the height of the migration crisis which hit Europe in 2015, a photograph circulated in social media showing a lone policeman standing arms across trying to block a country-road near the Austrian border while hundreds of migrants passed by him on both sides of the road. For me this picture was paradigmatic of the crisis: the sense of a loss of control and of being overwhelmed by developments.

  • U.S. Congress 2017-11-29 20:09

    By staff and agency

    Europeans form united front to defend nuclear deal

    Some of the United States’ closest allies, the UK, Germany and France, have formed a united front to defend the 2015 nuclear deal, CNN reported on Tuesday.

  • جهانگیری 2017-11-12 09:06

    Iran places opening EU office on agenda

    TEHRAN – Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri says the Foreign Ministry has been tasked with opening a European Union (EU) office in Tehran, Tasnim news agency reported.

  • MP warns of Europe’s inaction on likely JCPOA breaches 2017-10-25 09:06

    MP warns of Europe’s inaction on likely JCPOA breaches

    TEHRAN – A principlist parliamentarian, Hossein Naqavi Hosseini, on Tuesday warned the Foreign Ministry about European countries’ inaction regarding possible U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal, also known as the JCPOA.

  • ترامپ 2017-10-14 12:10

    By Mohammad Hashemi 

    Can Europe move from rhetoric to action on Iran deal 

    Just hours after the United States withdrew from  the UN's cultural organization,  Richard Hass the President of the Council on Foreign Relations wrote in a tweet “Trump’s  foreign policy has found its theme: The Withdrawal Doctrine.  The U.S. has left/threatening to leave TPP, Paris accord, UNESCO, NAFTA, JCPOA.” 

  • نادر انتصار 2017-10-07 11:19

    By Javad Heirannia

    Counting on Europe as counterweight to U.S are daydreaming: Expert

    TEHRAN – Professor Nader Entessar from South Alabama University says “all indications point out to Trump not certifying Iran compliance with the JCPOA.” 

  • Europe to do everything it can to sustain JCPOA: EU 2017-10-05 15:07

    Europe to do everything it can to sustain JCPOA: EU

    TEHRAN – A senior European Union diplomat says European states will do their best to sustain a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, amid stepped-up U.S. opposition to the multilateral accord.

  • By Carl Bildt 2017-09-22 03:57

    By Carl Bildt

    Redefining Europe, and Europeans

    For Europe to find its place in a rapidly changing world, its citizens will have to look beyond the nation-state as their sole source of personal identity. There are few “first nations” left in the world today – and that is a welcome development.

  • London attack 2017-09-17 02:39

    By Shashank Joshi

    Britain's terror challenge will last a generation

    Friday's attempted bombing in London marks a year of rising terrorism in Britain after a long period of relative calm.

  • Europe 2017-08-30 03:06

    By Andrew Hammond

    The EU isn’t getting weaker – in fact, it’s planning to have its own army

    Emmanuel Macron hosts his German, Spanish and Italian counterparts in Paris on Monday after a morale-boosting few weeks for the EU.

  •  Hanif Ghafari 2017-08-20 10:22

    By Hanif Ghafari, political analyst

    Fresh waves of terror attacks in Europe

    TEHRAN- The recent terror attacks in Spain and Finland have reignited security concerns in Europe. In the wake of the Paris terrorist assaults in 2015, the scope of such attacks in Europe was thought to be restricted to one or two countries.

  • Europe 2017-08-07 02:34

    By John Lloyd

    Europe’s leaders struggle over a Trump strategy

    “We have to understand, that we Europeans must fight for our own future and destiny,” said Angela Merkel.