From Left: Deputy Iran FM Abbas Araghchi, Former President of UNGA Mogens Lykketoft, Former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema, Former British FM Jack Straw, Oman's FM Yusuf bin Alawi and Former Iranian FM Kamal Kharrazi in a Panel of Tehran Security Confrence, January 8, 2016.

Nuclear Deal, Failure for Iran: Senior Official

  A senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official said the Iran’s nuclear deal with the P5+1 group, known as JCPOA, proved to be a success story, but only for ... Continue Reading →
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Why Were Social Media Apps Blocked During Iran Protests?

  A Persian version of this article published on November 3 edition of Iran’s state newspaper Jam-E-Jam. IFPNews.com translated the article into English ... Continue Reading →
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Saudi Arabia and New World Disorder

A Farsi version of this article appeared in the Iran’s state newspaper Jam-E-Jam, November 12, 2016. Saudi Arabia has introduced a new phenomenon to the modern ... Continue Reading →
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Joint Action with Iran a Test for Independence of European Businesses

In light of US President Donald Trump’s decision to decertify Iran deal caused heated debate inside Iran about the Trump’s plan for the JCPOA and the best ... Continue Reading →
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Blockade, Bad for Qatar, Good for Iran: US

Just two days after the US Senate advanced Iran Sanctions Bill, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said putting Qatar under blockade had led to “unintended” ... Continue Reading →
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How Iranian Reformists’ Victory Can Turn Into Defeat?

For Iranian reformists, the twin parliament and Assembly of Experts elections on February 26 were also a chance to blow new life to their presence in the power circle ... Continue Reading →
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Interview: Joseph Nye on Iran and the End of American Exceptionalism

Professor Joseph Samuel Nye Jr. is the former Dean of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He currently serves on the Harvard faculty ... Continue Reading →