Joe Biden


  • Biden 2022-01-21 17:53

    Biden’s first year in office at a glance 

    One year into his four-year term, U.S. President Joe Biden's public approval rating has fallen to the lowest level so far, as Americans appear to be exhausted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic toll it has taken on their livelihoods. That is according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.

  • Frank von Hippel 2022-01-19 18:18

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    Biden should not have delayed rejoining JCPOA: ex-White House official

    “France provided the nuclear reactor and secretly the plutonium separation plant to Israel”

    TEHRAN – A nuclear physicist and professor of public and international affairs at Princeton University says that the Joe Biden administration should have rejoined the 2015 Iran nuclear deal immediately after it started its work.

  • Donald Trump 2022-01-17 22:53

    He is back: Trump says he will “take back” White House

    TEHRAN— One year after losing the race to reenter the White House, Donald Trump has set the course for a tumultuous midterm election season, attending a campaign event in Arizona where he invigorated his following, resurrected baseless allegations about electoral fraud, and hinted at a 2020 presidential bid.

  • U.S. 2022-01-17 17:32

    Americans say U.S. democracy is in danger; there never was one

    Donald Trump has jumped on the opportunity of President Joe Biden’s popularity evaporating into thin air after one year in office to blast his former democratic contender and repeat his argument that the last election was rigged and stolen. Well it appears that Americans are now feeling the same way about the election and democracy in the United States. 

  • Joe Biden 2022-01-16 16:54

    Severe problems facing American health sector

    According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, hospitals in nearly half of American states are close to near full capacity as the highly transmissible Omicron variant of the Coronavirus sweeping across the country hits record numbers of infections.

  • Spies 2022-01-11 21:33

    No Country for Spies - Part Two

    TEHRAN – The dark side of the U.S.’s approach toward its spies is not oftentimes reflected in the mainstream media, which plays a pivotal role in keeping public opinion in the dark about what happens to people, particularly those unnaturalized, working as spies for the U.S. government.

  • Biden 2022-01-10 21:23

    No Country for Spies - Part One

    TEHRAN – The election of Joe Biden to the U.S. presidency has been depicted by many U.S. politicians and pundits as an opportunity to heal wounds left by Donald Trump. But Biden’s foreign policy, especially toward the West Asia region, proved in no uncertain terms that the U.S.’s inexorable journey toward decline continues unabated.

  • Legal Assessment of the assassination of Gen. Soleimani 2022/01/02

    By Javeed Montazeran

    Legal Assessment of the assassination of Gen. Soleimani

    TEHRAN - On January 3, 2020, the Iranian Quds Force Commander, Major General Qassim Soleimani, with his entourage were subject to targeted killing by an American drone missile. On his second anniversary, we want to assess the legality of the assassination from the perspective of international law. Considering, it was an extraordinary and unprecedented assassination of a senior commander of a State on the territory of a third State carried out by another State.

  • Further $3.1bn of U.S. taxpayers’ money goes to Israeli military 2022-01-01 18:00

    Further $3.1bn of U.S. taxpayers’ money goes to Israeli military

    TEHRAN - Israel has clinched a deal with the United States to receive 12 CH-53K helicopters from the American arms manufacturer Lockheed Martin Corp and two American Boeing Co KC-46 refueling planes. A statement by the Israeli ministry of military affairs also says the deal includes an option to receive an additional six helicopters. 

  • Rodney Shakespeare 2021-12-28 12:11

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    Israel, some Arab states hate democratic forces in West Asia, British professor says

    TEHRAN – A London-based professor of binary economics says that Israel and certain Persian Gulf Arab states share a hatred of democratic forces in the region.

  • Ronnie Lipschutz 2021-12-25 17:04

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    Professor calls Israeli persistent threat to bomb Iran a bluff

    TEHRAN - An American professor is of the opinion that Israel’s threat to bomb Iran’s research facilities is a “bluff”.

  • Putin on NATO and how top ally China will overtake U.S.  2021-12-24 17:57

    Putin on NATO and how top ally China will overtake U.S. 

    TEHRAN - Speaking to journalists at his annual end-of-year press conference, the Russian President has addressed questions on a wide range of domestic and foreign policy issues that have dominated Russian headlines over the past 12 months. 

  • Karl Kaltenthaler 2021-12-19 21:25

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    Neither Trump nor Biden can change Iran policies: professor

    TEHRAN - An American professor says that Iran does not look like buckling under U.S. pressure.

  • Jake Sullivan 2021-12-18 21:29

    Jake Sullivan calls U.S. exit from JCPOA ‘disastrous’

    TEHRAN - Jake Sullivan, the national security advisor to President Joe Biden, on Friday strongly criticized the previous Donald Trump administration for quitting 2015 Iran nuclear deal – JCPOA - calling it “disastrous”.

  • U.S. Senate approves Nicholas Burns as China envoy 2021-12-17 18:14

    U.S. Senate approves Nicholas Burns as China envoy

    TEHRAN - The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to back the nomination of long-time American diplomat Nicholas Burns to be the U.S. ambassador to China, ending 11-month wrangling over the key nomination.

  • America the land of opportunities or a place of shattered dreams? 2021-12-17 17:37

    By Hussein Pabarja

    America the land of opportunities or a place of shattered dreams?

    The United States' infrastructure is in disarray, with broken seawalls and flooded housing developments in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

  • Stephen Hoadley 2021-12-17 17:34

    By Ramin Etesam

    U.S. needs to keep friendly ties with Arab states in rivalry with Iran: professor 

    TEHRAN – A professor of international relations says it is in the U.S. interest to support Arab states to keep energy prices low and contain Iran.

  • Bennett 2021-12-12 21:18

    Control freak: Israeli hallucination might force Biden to ditch Bennett over Iran

    TEHRAN— Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett arrived on Sunday in the UAE, just as Tehran and Abu Dhabi have taken steps to mend ties. What is the message of the visit? Tehran Times explores.

  • Biden’s democracy summit, PR stunt 2021-12-12 18:14

    Biden’s democracy summit, PR stunt

    TEHRAN - The United States, which has long seen itself as the (self-proclaimed) flag bearer of human rights and democracy in the world has held an online conference with the reported attendance of around 100 countries to preach about democracy and human rights.

  • U.S. inflation hits near 40-year high 2021-12-11 17:40

    U.S. inflation hits near 40-year high

    TEHRAN - New data shows the rate of inflation rose 0.8% in November in the United States following last month’s record rise. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has recorded an increase of 6.8% over the last year which means inflation has hit the highest growth since 1982. Many sectors have been hit by a rise in prices including gas, food and housing with the average American feeling the pinch.

  • Nader Entessar 2021-12-11 15:00

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    U.S. doesn’t intend to fully honor its JCPOA obligations: professor

    TEHRAN - Nader Entessar, a retired professor of political science from the University of South Alabama, says that the West, especially the U.S., does not intend to honor its commitments under the JCPOA, the official name for the 2015 nuclear deal.

  • Israel: No one's friend 2021-12-10 20:23

    Israel: No one's friend

    TEHRAN – Strange or not, Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu, have fallen out with each other to the extent that the former U.S. president says he hasn’t spoken to him since he lost power.

  • image-20211206185337-1.jpeg 2021-12-06 18:58

    U.S. trying to lead democracy in world despite its incompetence

    The United States is trying to convene a “Summit for Democracy” because one of the age-old beliefs of the United States is the leader of Club of Democracies and Democratic Countries.

  • Asif Shuja 2021-12-04 23:26

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    Iran’s goals cannot be met by revival of the 2015 pact: researcher

    TEHRAN - A senior research fellow at the Middle East Institute of the National University of Singapore says the 2015 nuclear deal won’t bring economic benefits for Iran.

  • Lapid in France: Message received? 2021-12-03 12:28

    Lapid in France: Message received?

    TEHRAN — Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid met with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday to discuss the Vienna talks that are primarily intended to lift sanctions on Iran. He was in the UK on November 28 as well.

  • Biden 2021-11-28 20:39

    U.S. faces a diminishing range of choices in Vienna

    TEHRAN – After long months of patience, diplomats from Iran and world powers will reconvene in Vienna again on Monday to redress the situation resulting from the 2018 U.S. withdrawal from a 2015 nuclear agreement.

  • Israel 2021-11-27 21:21

    Israeli bluff

    TEHRAN – Iran’s chief negotiator arrived in Vienna on Saturday, two days before the official date for resuming the much-awaited Vienna talks. concurrently, Israel doubled down on hostile rhetoric.

  • Khatibzadeh 2021-11-22 21:34

    Tehran says will welcome Syria’s possible return to Arab League

    Iran: U.S. better come to Vienna with “tangible” guarantees

    TEHRAN — Speaking at his weekly press briefing on Monday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said that the United States must provide “tangible” guarantees to Iran and the P4+1 when the talks are resumed in Vienna on November 29.

  • Kyle Rittenhouse 2021-11-22 21:34

    Congress offers internship to “white” murderer: This is America

    TEHRAN — If clearing a “white” murderer of all charges was not enough for you, take this one. Three U.S. congress members have offered an internship to the murderer.

  • Biden appeals for calm as riots follow U.S. court verdict 2021-11-20 18:42

    Biden appeals for calm as riots follow U.S. court verdict

    TEHRAN - Violent civil unrest has gripped the United States again after a court acquitted a 19-year-old white man of all charges after he shot dead two people and injured another during demonstrations against racial injustice in America. The trial has raised more questions about the fate of the suspect if he had been a black American instead of white.