U.S. election 

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  • Bolton 2020-10-20 21:04

    ‘U.S. president not to leave office graciously if he loses 2020 election’

    U.S. President Donald Trump will not leave office “graciously” if he loses the 2020 presidential election against Democratic nominee Joe Biden, says his former national security adviser John Bolton.

  • Different, but just in details 2020-10-19 22:51

    For Iran, Biden is cut from the same cloth as Trump

    Different, but just in details

    TEHRAN – As U.S. election debates heat up, so does the speculation over which candidate will be better for Iran. While some foreign commentators claim that a certain candidate would be better for Iran, analysts and officials in Iran say there is no difference between the policies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden toward Iran.

  • Myles Hoenig 2020/10/14

    By Myles Hoenig 

    The ins and outs of American elections

    The first words to come out of most mouths regarding the first debate were 'shocking,' 'disturbing,' 'demoralizing,' 'frightening' and so many other hyperboles. But if it wasn't for the fact that this was one of the traditional ways to elect a president with the most powerful military in the world, one could almost see the humor in the debate. Two septuagenarians acting like kindergarten children fighting over a snack, especially when one is the U.S. president, just has to make one laugh at the absurdity of it all. 

  • Richrad anderson 2020-10-14 13:12

    By Mohamamd Mazhari

    Army would refuse an order to crack down on possible peaceful protests after Nov. 3 elections:  prof

    TEHRAN – An American professor is of the opinion that the U.S. Army would not obey a possible order to suppress peaceful protesters who may not accept the result of the November 3 presidential elections.  

  • Ian Greenhalgh 2020-10-10 11:53

    By Ian Greenhalgh

    Election 2020: Stakes never higher for Dis-United States

    ('Stand back, stand by': Trump prepares to declare victory)

    The United States has not been so dis-united since the end of the Civil War a century and a half ago. The reason for the great divide that has opened up in U.S. society is clear and it is the presidency of Donald Trump. It is not by accident, but rather by design that the U.S. has been fractured and broken; for the reason, we merely need to recall the principle of ‘divide and conquer’.

  • Noushabadi 2020-10-09 23:06

    Senior MP says Iran not caring about U.S. election

    TEHRAN – Hossein Noushabadi, the head of the Parliament’s International Diplomacy and National Interests faction, has said Iran does not care about the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.

  • Biden- Trump 2020-10-06 10:49

    Biden and Trump are two sides of the same coin

    TEHRAN – While Donald Trump and Joe Biden bitterly call into question each other’s Iran policy, a U.S. expert tells the Tehran Times that, in essence, there are no differences between the two candidates’ policies toward Iran.

  • Andrew Korybko 2020-10-06 10:46

    By Andrew Korybko

    America’s quasi-democratic election

    The U.S. is not a direct democracy

    As the theoretically pure form of democracy exists in any major country given their size, we cannot say the U.S. election is a fully democratic election.

  • Charles Ortel 2020-10-06 10:45

    By Charles Ortel

    U.S. election and the challenge of potential voters

    During 2020, there is heightened potential for interference many ways, but at core Americans across the political spectrum are free to register and to vote in secret, meaning the outcome, once tallied should reflect the will of a broad swath of eligible voters.

  • Randi Nord 2020-10-06 10:40

    By Amir Mohammad Esmaeili

    American voters only have the illusion of choice: geopolitical analyst

    TEHRAN - Randi Nord, an American geopolitical analyst and content strategist, says elections in the U.S. are “all theatrics” and voters don't have a real choice.

  • stephen Lendman 2020-10-06 10:35

    By Stephen Lendman

    Trump v. Biden: The evil of two lessers

    Earlier I discussed the shame of the nation in America, a bipartisan conspiracy against peace, equity, justice and the rule of law. I noted Benjamin Franklin’s warning to the nation’s founders on the uncertainty of whether the newly created republic would last into “remote futurity.” Asked if a republic or monarchy was formed, he responded: “A republic if you can keep it.”

  • Trump, Biden 2020-10-06 10:18

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    A Biden win doesn’t mean unconditional return to nuclear deal: academic

    TEHRAN – An American academic is of the view that a Joe Biden victory in the upcoming presidential elections doesn’t mean that the United States will return to the 2015 nuclear deal unconditionally. 

  • U.S. election 2020-09-18 23:19

    U.S. set to plunge into the unknown as election integrity questioned

    TEHRAN – With the U.S. presidential election less than two months away, analysts ring alarm bells about possible political conflict over election results. A U.S. expert tells the Tehran Times that the U.S. faces an ambiguous future due to differences over electoral integrity.

  • Biden 2020/09/07

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    Implications of a Biden victory for Iran?

    Only about two months are left to the U.S. presidential election. According to opinion polls, the presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden has a better chance of winning the November 3 elections.

  • پرچم 2020-07-28 18:54

    U.S. fears Iran’s influence on American public opinion

    TEHRAN - A senior U.S. intelligence official has warned that Iran, along with China and Russia, is trying to interfere in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, but a U.S. expert tells the Tehran Times that American officials fear Iran’s influence on the U.S. public opinion rather than its intelligence or cyber interference.

  • Azriel Bermant, a professor of international relations and Fox News analyst 2019-11-13 15:16

    Trump ‘exploiting’ Russian interference in U.S. election

    Azriel Bermant, an international relations professor at Tel Aviv University, says the Russian interference in the U.S. election has created particular problems and “you have a president (Donald Trump) who instead of dealing with the problem is exploiting it.”