Iran’s Nuclear Deal

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  • German Parliament Member Omid Nouripour 2019-06-26 14:12

    By Shaqayeq Lamezadeh

    German MP urges Europe to do efforts for preserving JCPOA

    TEHRAN – Calling on Europe to be more influential in preserving Iran’s nuclear deal, known as JCPOA, the German Parliament Member Omid Nouripour underlined the significance of protecting JCPOA on the way to maintain security in Iran, Europe, the Middle East and in general international security.

  • Malaysia, Iran 2018-07-23 13:24

    Malaysia, Iran’s new all-weather friend, in principle supports Iran’s nuclear deal

    TEHRAN - The relations between Iran and Malaysia, far from the arch lights of mainstream media, have always been steady. In recent times, the friendship has grown strong with both countries signing bilateral agreements and vowing to enhance cooperation in areas of mutual concern.

  • EU 2018-05-22 15:13

    By Payman Yazdani

    U.S.-EU possible soft tactic to contain Iran

    The U.S. withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has created a new rounds of speculations about the three European major players’ (the UK, France and Germany) capabilities and abilities to keep the deal alive without the U.S.

  • Matthew Bunn 2018-05-08 14:51

    By Javad Heirannia

    Pull out of JCPOA serious mistake for security of U.S.: Matthew Bunn

    TEHRAN - Matthew Bunn, a specialist in nuclear security at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, believes that “There is still a chance that President Trump will decide to stay in the deal for a time, but it is more probable than not that he will pull out of the agreement and reimpose U.S. nuclear sanctions.”

  • Bennett Johnston 2018-05-08 12:19

    By Javad Heirannia

    Trump shows wishes to withdraw from JCPOA: former senator

    TEHRAN – Bennett Johnston, an American politician in the Democratic Party and lobbyist who represented Louisiana in the United States Senate is the current chairman of the American-Iranian Council. Mr. Johnston is of the opinion that “Trying to predict what President Trump will do is a fool’s errand, but it does appear that every indication is that he wishes to withdraw from JCPOA.”

  • Paul-Pillar.jpg 2018-05-06 10:38

    By Javad Heirannia

    Netanyahu relying on confusion and ignorance about JCPOA: Pillar

    TEHRAN – Professor Paul Pillar, who was CIA intelligence analyst for 28 years, tells the Tehran Times that “Netanyahu is relying on confusion and ignorance about the JCPOA.”

  • Richard Nephew 2018-05-05 11:53

    By Javad Heirannia

    Presented documents by Netanyahu hadn't new information: Nephew

    TEHRAN – Richard Nephew, who served as the lead sanctions expert for the U.S. team negotiating with Iran, is of the opinion that “The documents presented by PM Netanyahu do not appear to provide any new information about Iran’s past nuclear weapons program.”

  • Daryl Kimball 2018-05-05 10:24

    By Javad Heirannia

    Iran has fulfilled its obligations under JCPOA: Kimball

    TEHRAN - Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association in Washington, is the opinion that “Presently, Iran is meeting all of its JCPOA commitments. The IAEA has reported Iran’s compliance with the accord in 10 consecutive reports.”

  • Alexander Azadegan 2018-04-17 10:36

    By Maryam Khormaei

    Iran can't count on Europe: professor

    TEHRAN - Alexander Azadegan, professor of global management and international political economy from South California University says “Iran can’t count on Europe.”

  • Paul Pillar 2018-04-08 10:45

    By Javad Heirannia

    Future of JCPOA looks grim: Pillar

    TEHRAN – Professor Paul Pillar, who was CIA intelligence analyst for 28 years, tells the Tehran Times that “The changes involving Pompeo and Bolton will mean a more hawkish policy overall. There will be even greater reliance on military force rather than on diplomacy than we have seen so far.”

  • Daniel Pipes 2018-04-08 09:40

    By Javad Heirannia

    Bolton has spoken out unequivocally against JCPOA: Middle East Forum president

    TEHRAN - Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, says “The crises - North Korea, Iran and Syria - are most likely to be affected first, as the new team (assuming Pompeo is confirmed) encourages Trump's instincts to act tough.”