U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (left) and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif walk in sideline of nuclear talks in Geneva.

Iran, US and Clash of Values’ Dilemma

By: Sonia Mansour Robaey * 1. Values and the West’s double standards approach to ethical pluralism. Ethical pluralism is focused on individual preferences ... Continue Reading →
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Oil Drops Below $28 a Barrel as Iran’s Sanction Lifted

Crude prices dropped below $28 a barrel earlier this week due to the expected rise in Iranian exports after the sanction against Tehran was lifted. The group of ... Continue Reading →
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نامه رهبر ایران به جوانان غربی، رمزگشای توافق هسته‌ای

Read this article in English. -*سونیا منصورربیعه ایرانز ویو: اگر مسلمانی دیندار و پارسا بودم و قرار بود که نگاهی دقیق‌تر ... Continue Reading →
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Iran N.Deal, Future of Islam and A.Khamenei’s Letter to Western Youth

این مقاله را به فارسی بخوانید. By: Sonia Mansour Robaey * If I were a faithful and pious Muslim and if I were to take a look at the state ... Continue Reading →
ran's Ali Akbar Velayati (R) shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin before a meeting in Moscow on January 28, 2015. (Photo Credit: TasnimNews.)

Iran Reaches Out for Russia: Why?

By: Soheil Kheiri * Tehran-Moscow relations are poised to enter into a historic phase under the current circumstances and given the two countries’ ups and downs in history. Throughout ... Continue Reading →
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Iran Leader Reached out for Western Youth Through Rare Open Letter

In an unprecedented open letter, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei appealed “to the Youth in Europe and North America” to make an effort to understand Islam before ... Continue Reading →
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Iran not Committed to Observe Oil Export Ceiling, Deputy Oil Minister

Iranian deputy oil minister says Iran does not see itself committed to the oil export cap imposed by the P5+1 group. While the International Energy Agency reported decline in Iran’s ... Continue Reading →