NATO

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  • Abdel Fattah el-sisi and bin Salman 2018-05-25 14:00

    By Javad Heirannia

    Saudi Arabia’s desperate alliance moves

    TEHRAN – The establishment of security pacts and alliances among countries demands high levels of cooperation from its member to deal effectively with different threats. Saudi Arabia and Egypt, for instance, have called for an “Arab NATO” to “wipe terrorism from the face of the earth.” This proposed alliance already faces various internal and external challenges, for instance over the future of the Assad government in Syria and how to deal with conflicts in Libya and Yemen.

  • Russia and West 2018-04-23 09:13

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Conflicts intensified between Russia and West

    TEHRAN - Relations between Russia and NATO are now at the worst condition after the Cold War. "Mikhail Gorbachev", the last Soviet President, had warned about the re-start of Cold War between the White House and the Kremlin before. But now Russian officials believe that the constant and extensive conflicts between Moscow and the West leads them to much more complicated conditions than that of the Cold War time.

  • Stephen Lendman 2018-04-14 12:28

    By Stephen Lendman

    Douma, false flag may ignite WW III

    Trump’s war cabinet policy toward developments in Douma, Syria may ignite an uncontrollable firestorm - risking WW III.

  • chemical weapons attacks 2018-04-11 10:09

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    Old-Fashioned lie of chemical weapons attacks

    BEIRUT - Once a liar is always a liar, the old saying goes. The American lies and allegations about chemical weapons attacks during the Syrian conflict are not any new.

  • Donald Trump and Mohammed bin Salman 2018-04-03 09:33

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Trump's attachment to ISIL and right wing extremism: A conflict managed by Washington

    TEHRAN - The radical right-wing movement, with its racist and nationalistic approach, is now finding more and more power in Europe. The confrontation with multicultural societies in Europe and the United States is one of the main goals of the leaders of the right-extremist movements in the West.

  •  American-Russian conflict 2018-03-19 15:28

    By Jack Anderson

    New American-Russian conflict: A confrontation beyond Cold War

    MODERN DIPLOMACY - The conflict between the White House and Grand Kremlin Palace, which by far is more dangerous and intense than that of the Cold War era, seems to have reached its peak.

  • NATO 2018-02-17 19:49

    NATO, Germany back Iran nuclear deal

    At the high-profile Munich Security Conference, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel have supported the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

  • 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.

  • David L. Phillips 2018-01-27 10:38

    By Javad Heirannia

    Turkey is no longer an ally of U.S.: David Phillips

    TEHRAN - David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights at Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights, believes that “Turkey is a member of NATO in name only.”

  • اتحادیه اروپا 2017-12-24 09:12

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    A review on latest developments in Europe

     TEHRAN _ The German Foreign Minister who is also one of the leaders of the Social-Democratic Party recently issued a significant warning about the formation of a minimal government in his country. Sigmar Gabriel has warned that the formation of a minimal government in Germany could be a prologue of a social and political earthquake in Europe.

  • Andy Storey 2017-12-13 10:31

    By Vahid Pourtajrishi

     EU welcomes decline of U.S. global hegemony: expert

    TEHRAN _ Andy Storey, the professor of Politics and International Relations of Dublin University believes that Trump's recklessness may inadvertantly preciptate a faster decline of the U.S. than would otherwise have occurred, and possibly a desire on the part of European elites to create, for example, an independent military capacity.

  •  Omid Shokri Kalehsar 2017-12-09 09:30

    By Payman Yazdani

    Iran could be an option for EU to diversify gas sources: expert

    TEHRAN _ Referring to Iran’s gas export barriers, Senior Energy Security Analyst, Omid Shokri Kalehsar believes Iran could be an option for EU to diversify its gas supplying sources. 

  • non-industrial drugs 2017-12-05 10:18

    By Payman Yazdani

    NATO responsibility toward rising drug production in Afghanistan

    TEHRAN _ International conference dubbed ‘Parliamentary Members vs. Drugs’ slated for Dec. 4, in the Russian capital city Moscow is being held. The main purpose of the conference is to discuss the roles of the parliaments in fight against drug.

  • Angela Merkel 2017-12-03 10:09

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Merkel's Farewell to her time of power

    TEHRAN _ The Christian Democratic Party of Germany has begun negotiations to form a coalition government with its rival party, the Social Democrats. Many analysts and experts in European affairs agree that the re-emergence of a coalition between rival and traditional German parties will reduce the political power of Angela Merkel in the coming years. Particularly now that both parties disagree on issues such as the asylum seekers' crisis and the way of this country's presence in NATO.

  • entessar 2017-11-27 12:05

    By Payman Yazdani

    Turkey’s moves tactical to strengthen leverage in NATO: professor

    TEHRAN _ Touching upon Turkey’s moves toward NATO Prof. Entessar says what Turkey has done in recent months should be viewed as tactical moves to strengthen its leverage inside NATO and not to withdraw from it.  

  • Turkey 2017-11-23 11:07

    by Semih Idiz

    NATO blunder ignites Turkish calls to leave alliance

    A major blunder in NATO has brought bitter political rivals in Turkey into a rare demonstration of unity. Parties across the political spectrum are announcing their distrust of the international alliance.

  •  Filip Kovacevic 2017-11-21 10:40

    By Payman Yazdani

    NATO ‘a paper tiger for member states’ divisions, Putin acts: expert

    TEHRAN _ Filip Kovacevic, professor of geopolitics says at this particular time NATO is a paper tiger because of member states’ internal divisions and Putin’s acts to end Russia’s geopolitical humiliation.

  • ican 2017-10-08 09:56

    By Rick Noack

    The Nobel Peace Prize for an anti-nuclear-weapons group probably won’t please the U.S.

    The decision to award the Nobel Peace Prize to the Geneva-based International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) appeared like a logical step at a time when fears of nuclear conflicts dominate the political agenda. And yet, the organization's track record also indicates how long the path toward a nuclear weapons-free world will be.