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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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 →
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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 →
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Arming West Bank only Way to Save Palestine

Watching the Palestinian Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Riyadh Mansour walking pessimistically outside the UN Security Council chambers on late Thursday meant the council ... Continue Reading →
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Iranian Nuclear Talks Suggest Progress

The latest round of Iran and P5+1 nuclear talks finished on Wednesday night. the next round of talks will be held in Novomber 7 and 8 in Geneva. At the end of the talks Iran and P5+1 ... Continue Reading →
Iranian and American Foreign Ministers during a P5+1 Meeting with Iran in New York, US.

Collapse of US-Iran Negotiations Will Result in Return of Extremists

By Mojtaba Mousavi This Article is originally published in Al-Monitor The phone conversation between US President Barack Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, during the final ... Continue Reading →
Until September 9, 2009 there was over 20,000 nuclear weapons around the world. Many of them are still on hair-trigger alert.18,500 of these bombs were made by the US and Russia.

On This Day 68 Years Ago The Nuclear Age Began When The US Detonated The First Atomic Bomb

On June 16, 1945, America detonated the first atomic bomb, starting the atomic age and the biggest arms race in the world. Although the first attempts to make atomic ... Continue Reading →