NATO

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  •  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.

  • Afghanistan 2017-08-20 03:04

    The U.S. cannot abandon Afghanistan now

    President trump’s evident frustration with the U.S. mission in Afghanistan is entirely understandable.

  • 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.

  • Erdogan 2017-07-23 09:00

    By Fadi Hakura

    Erdogan will regret alienating Angela Merkel

    Over the past few months, relations between Turkey and Germany have become increasingly fraught.

  • Trump 2017-07-04 09:56

    An edgy welcome awaits

    A united European front, not pandering, is the right response to the U.S. president’s visit

  • U.S.-Germany 2017-05-30 02:33

    By Anne Applebaum

    For the U.S.-European alliance, everything has changed

    For more than four months, the White House has confirmed no European ambassadors, filled no high-level diplomatic jobs and given no indication that it ever will.

  • Turkey 2017-05-29 03:15

    By Simon A Waldman

    Why Turkey needs Europe more than Europe needs Turkey

    Following the ghastly attack in Manchester on 22 May, it is unsurprising that terrorism topped the agenda at last week’s NATO summit as the alliance pledged to join the anti-Islamic State (ISIL) coalition.

  • Trump 2017-05-28 03:25

    Trump brings his solo act to Europe

    The president has seemed less at ease among his fellow world leaders in group settings than he is in one-on-one encounters. By Tara Palmeri & David Herszenhorn

  • Trump 2017-05-16 05:32

    By Thembisa Fakude

    Trump should clarify his anti-Muslim position during his trip to Saudi Arabia

    At the end of his tenure as the President of the United States, Barack Obama gave a stunning warning about Donald Trump’s election campaign promises.

  • Trump-Erdogan 2017-05-12 05:11

    By Semih Idiz

    dds appear stacked against success of Erdogan-Trump meeting

    Omens for the long-awaited meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Donald Trump at the White House on May 16 do not bode well. Despite the smiles both leaders will no doubt have for the cameras, all the signs are that their talks will be tough.

  • Turkey 2017-05-06 15:54

    By Semih Idiz

    Post-referendum, what’s next for Turkey’s EU bid?

    Turkish-EU ties appeared set on a collision course before the April 16 referendum that aimed to increase the powers of the Turkish presidency by switching Turkey to a presidential system of government and, by extension, increasing the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

  • Joschka Fischer 2017-05-02 09:13

    By Joschka Fischer

    The French election and Europe’s future

    A lot can happen between now and the second round of the French presidential election on May 7, so it is still too early to celebrate.