So far, Iran has not responded to the shock of the new strategy announced by President Donald Trump. All the reactions from Tehran are confined to the repeated verbal threats that everyone is accustomed to not taking seriously, even threats to Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who is the Iranian regime's "reformist." Zarif [Read more]
“In case a country for whatever reason fails to meet its commitments [under the deal], it will have to pay the heavy price of non-compliance. It doesn’t matter what country it is,”
With the European Union, America and the United Nations about to lift Iran’s sanctions, the Republican candidates for the presidential race see the nuclear power agreement as a surrender to a nation that should never be removed from the Axis of Evil that George W. Bush placed it in in 2002.
The U.S. needs a strategic partner in the Persian Gulf. Only Saudi Arabia has been capable of being this partner since the Islamic Revolution in Iran, but the kingdom is also interesting from an economic perspective.
The Strait of Hormuz at the exit point of the Persian Gulf is becoming a key location for the world [Read more]
<i>President Obama averted the blockade threat against the nuclear deal with Iran in Congress. Opponents and supporters find good arguments in the contract. An analysis.</i>
The nuclear deal with Iran is a triumph of diplomacy. Few had expected that the ayatollah's strict conditions could be met despite the [Read more]