Cold War

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  • Morteza Khansari political analyst 2019-07-10 22:10

    By Morteza Khansari

    A new world order with changes in power balance: Dividing the world into opponents and friends

    TEHRAN - By withdrawing from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), the United States and Russia finally pulled away the iron curtain of the cold war. Seemingly, the two countries want to change the common defensive methods and are now unveiling their high-tech nuclear weapons and missiles and have started threatening each other with nuclear weapons.

  • Soros: U.S. and China engaged in cold war that could turn into hot one 'soon' 2019-01-25 14:08

    Soros: U.S. and China engaged in cold war that could turn into hot one 'soon'

    Billionaire and Democratic Party donor warned on Thursday that the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies, are locked in a "cold war that could soon turn into a hot one."

  • pakistan nuclear race 2018-10-16 20:06

    Pakistan not to join nuclear race

    TEHRAN - Reaffirming his country’s commitment to non-proliferation, Pakistan’s newly-elected president Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan will not join the nuclear race, as nuclear weapons are for defense only.

  • Martin Love 2018-06-08 10:50

    By Martin Love

    “No one will be able to crush Iran”

    NORTH CAROLINA - One has to speculate: What is America’s overseas cause now? In World War II it was the defeat of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, and also of Japan, which had attacked Pearl Harbor.

  •  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.

  • new Cold War 2018-03-17 13:15

    By Abdollah Shahbazi

    Is the world moving towards a new Cold War?

    TEHRAN - Developments in the Trump administration including the appointments of radical figures who severely criticize Iran has coincided with the anti-Russia and anti-Putin propaganda on steroids from the United States and United Kingdom.

  • محمود منشی پوری 2017-11-19 11:43

    By Mahmood Monshipouri (Prof. of San Francisco State University and the University of California, Berkeley)

    Dangers of cold war between Riyadh and Tehran

    Saudi Arabia's frustrating and catastrophic entanglements in Yemen have spilled over into Lebanon, where the young Saudi prince Mohamed Bin Salam seems fixated on encouraging the Israeli invasion of Lebanon to eradicate Hezbollah’s influence in that country and the region more generally.  It is not unreasonable to assume that this troubling situation is a direct consequence of the encouragement that the Trump administration has in fact given the Saudis. In the wake of the tense political climate in the region, several questions come to mind.  Could all this be related to the US withdrawal from the region?  Does this withdrawal signal a US return to an off-shore balancing strategy, in which the United States provides the necessary military wherewithal to its allies in the region to counter Iran? Is the new leadership in Saudi Arabia emboldened by such a strategy?  

  • Nuclear arm 2017-07-30 17:31

    A threat to nuclear arms control

    A quarter-century after the end of the Cold War, the United States and Russia still possess thousands of nuclear weapons.

  • North Korea 2017-05-03 06:13

    By Douglas Birkey

    The North Korean threat is not theoretical, it is reality

    North Korea is surging to the brink. Advancements in their missile technology and nuclear weapons program will soon put the United States in the crosshairs.

  • Pentagon 2017-03-05 09:36

    Trump's bigger military may not be better

    Like a lot of his plans, Donald Trump’s proposal for military spending is both abundantly clear and maddeningly vague. He wants to devote a whole lot more money to the Pentagon, as demonstrated by his budget outline and address to Congress. But the president’s plan is too ill-defined and arbitrary to make much sense.

  • Seyyed Mohammad Eslami 2016-12-30 13:11

    By: Seyyed Mohammad Eslami

    Trump’s nuclear dark age?

    “Let it be an arms race!” This is the message of the new American president to the world. This was while the international community was dreaming about a world without nuclear arms.

  • نادر انتصار 2016-11-04 12:58

    By Jalal Heirannia

    Iran experts in U.S. mostly are collection of ‘hired guns’: professor

    TEHRAN – Professor Nader Entessar from South Alabama University tells the Tehran Times that Iran experts in the United States are mostly a collection of "hired guns" who work in various think tanks to promote “the ideological and political agendas of their employers.”