• The Vienna talks for reviving JCPOA 2021-04-20 13:34

    By Mehrdad Pahlavani, Asia analyst

    Reviving the nuclear deal: 10 points to remind and 10 points to refrain

    A long-term negotiated deal that its content was written with great care and sensitivity is again drown into a serious dispute.

  • Hassan Askari Rizvi 2021-01-30 20:36

    Pakistani political scientist says only repeal of sanctions can revive JCPOA

    TEHRAN-- Hassan Askari Rizvi, a Pakistani political scientist, says if President Joe Biden is serious to join the JCPOA, he needs to lift sanctions imposed on Iran as a trust building measure, according to IRNA.

  • Vaezi 2021-01-29 19:47

    Iran’s Vaezi: We have not quit nuclear deal to rejoin it

    TEHRAN - Mahmoud Vaezi, the Iranian President's Chief of Staff, said on Friday that Iran has never withdrawn from the nuclear deal so that it would be the first to return to its obligations, IRNA reported on Friday.

  • Takht Ravanchi 2021-01-27 22:19

    By Majid Takht-Ravanchi, Iran's ambassador to the UN

    Biden Wants to Return to the Iran Deal. He Can Start Here.

    There is a window now to restore America’s credibility and bring more stability to the Middle East(West Asia).

    As dawn broke on July 14, 2015, and after intensive and lengthy diplomatic talks, the final details of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action — better known as the “Iran nuclear deal” — were finalized. All parties to the accord were hopeful. Javad Zarif, my country’s foreign minister, tweeted: “#IranDeal is not a ceiling, but a solid foundation. We must now begin to build on it.”

  • kourosh Ahmadi 2021-01-25 15:06

    There is will by both U.S. and Iran to return to JCPOA

    ‘U.S. must really and logically take the first step to return to the JCPOA’

    TEHRAN- Kourosh Ahmadi, an international relations expert, says if there is political will by both the United States and Iran to return to the nuclear deal and therefore it is not difficult to revive the JCPOA.

  • Foreign Ministry 2021-01-23 22:12

    Ex-Iranian diplomats: JCPOA must start from the point Trump quit it 

    TEHRAN - Some 41 former Iranian diplomats have issued a statement expressing their views concerning the election of Joe Biden as the U.S. president and his promise to rejoin the JCPOA, suggesting that the nuclear deal must exactly start exactly from the point that Donald Trump withdrew from it.