• Imam Ali (AS)

    Imam Ali (AS)

    Return a stone to where it belongs, for an evil is warded off only by another evil.

  • The Troubles of Bloomberg's Presence for Democrats

    By Saeed Sobhani

    The Troubles of Bloomberg's Presence for Democrats

    TEHREN-Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has not yet formally announced his participation in the upcoming US presidential election. However, people like Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden appear to be worried about his possible run in the election.

  • Supreme Shiite authority’s strategy to lead Iraq out of crisis

    *By Mohammad Ghaderi

    Supreme Shiite authority’s strategy to lead Iraq out of crisis

    The latest statement issued by Iraq’s supreme Shiite authority, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Hosseini Sistani, on the current developments in Iraq is undoubtedly an indicator of his intelligent and comprehensive monitoring of the situation in the country. The grand ayatollah’s efforts are intended to put a real end to the current crisis engulfing the country.

  • Hamas bias is fraught with consequences

    By Damir Nazarov

    Hamas bias is fraught with consequences

    Hamas once again condemned Saudi Arabia in connection with the detention and abuse of Palestinians affiliated with Hamas. However, only condemnation and nothing more. Hamas is trying to avoid conflict, party officials say, and is enshrined in the movement's Charter. There is a saying-everything is known in comparison.

  • Consequences of U.S. formal exit from Paris climate pact: More isolation globally

    By Hamed Khani

    Consequences of U.S. formal exit from Paris climate pact: More isolation globally

    TEHRAN - The U.S. has formally begun to exit the Paris climate agreement. Regardless of whether or not the Paris Agreement is legally binding, the U.S. has committed to cut 26-28% of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 from 2005 levels, and donate three billion dollars to poor countries by 2020.

  • What are White House allies doing in East Asia ?!

    By Saeed Sobhani

    What are White House allies doing in East Asia ?!

    TEHRAN-Japan and South Korea, as two US allies in the East Asian region, do not play a positive role in resolving the crisis in the region. Undoubtedly, resolving the crises in East Asia is only possible in one way and that is the separation of Tokyo and Seoul from White House policies. This has not happened yet!

  • Trump's defeat message in Kentucky

    By Hanif Ghafari

    Trump's defeat message in Kentucky

    The heavy defeat of the Republican Party in the Kentucky state election shows that the closer we get to the US presidential race next year, the lower the chances of a president winning. As The atlantic Donald Trump wants his party to believe that he was the hero of the campaign in Kentucky, who almost—but not quite—rescued a deeply unpopular governor from defeat.But to understand why November 2019 is so ominous for Republicans, you need to understand why Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin was so unpopular in the first place.

  • Professor: Principles at stake that override concern that Trump impeachment could hurt Democrats

    By Fatemeh Mohammadipour

    Professor: Principles at stake that override concern that Trump impeachment could hurt Democrats

    TEHRAN - Robert Y. Shapiro, the former chair of the Department of Political Science at Columbia University, says Democrats in the House of Representatives have launched an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump because he has abused presidential power as a tool to ask the Ukrainian president to launch an investigation against Joe Biden, a possible rival in the 2020 presidential faceoff.

  • Hitting brick walls: Iran brooks another year of U.S. economic terrorism

    By Yuram Abdullah Weiler

    Hitting brick walls: Iran brooks another year of U.S. economic terrorism

    “We have now, for a full year, tried to find banks that are able and willing to transfer money from donors to support our work for Afghan refugees and disaster victims in Iran, but we are hitting brick walls on every side.” —Secretary-General of the Norwegian Refugee Council Jan Egeland

  • Trump is confused!

    By Saeed Sobhani

    Trump is confused!

    The war between the and the White House continues

    TEHRAN-U.S. President Donald Trump is still working to prevent a decline in his popularity in important and decisive states. However, the news of his impeachment and Ukraine Gate story seems to have had a bad impact on his popularity! Some analysts believe the process will continue to the detriment of Trump until next year's presidential election. Here is an overview of the analysis of recent political conflict in the United States: