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The US, Iran, and Nuclear Negotiations
February 27, 2014

The US, Iran, and Nuclear Negotiations

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. Trita Parsi about the recent round of negotiations between the P5+1 and Iran.
Looking Ahead to Post-Obama U.S.-Iran Relations
January 22, 2014

Looking Ahead to Post-Obama U.S.-Iran Relations

By Robert Mason
The nuclear issue may be defused for now, but multiple factors could continue to undermine relations.

Russia and Iran: A Balancing Act
November 21, 2013

Russia and Iran: A Balancing Act

Moscow seeks to combine pragmatism with maximum leverage, at least until Iran achieves a détente with the West.

America’s Moment of Truth on Iran
November 04, 2013

America’s Moment of Truth on Iran

The future of America’s standing as a great power depends on the choices it makes in dealing with Iran.

Iran Talks: Breaking the Mosaic of Mistrust
October 18, 2013

Iran Talks: Breaking the Mosaic of Mistrust

The West should build goodwill and reduce mistrust, before imposing the demands of the Additional Protocol.

The (Slow) Rise of Iran’s Women
September 22, 2013

The (Slow) Rise of Iran’s Women

Gender discrimination is still an issue, especially in high office, but progress is being made.

The "Brain Trust" Behind Iran’s New President
August 03, 2013

The "Brain Trust" Behind Iran’s New President

The Center for Strategic Research will be instrumental in helping Hassan Rouhani confront Iran’s many challenges.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s African Safari
June 18, 2013

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s African Safari

From Ghana to Egypt to the Horn, the departing president has leveraged economic and diplomatic ties to expand Iran’s reach in Africa.

Hassan Rowhani Wins Iran’s Presidential Election
June 16, 2013

Hassan Rowhani Wins Iran’s Presidential Election

Iranians deliver a clear victory to the moderate candidate. Will change ensue?

Iran’s Elections: The Maneouvering Begins
May 17, 2013

Iran’s Elections: The Maneouvering Begins

While Saeed Jalili appears the early frontrunner, the early chaos of Iran’s presidential elections underscores the unpredictability of the race.

Illuminating Iran
July 13, 2010

Illuminating Iran

Tokyo-based Tom Kuczyński explores Iran’s rich history of Islam, Zoroastrianism and its diverse architecture of mosques, courtyards and mausoleums.

Will America Seize the Moment on Iran?

Will America Seize the Moment on Iran?

Obama’s reelection and signs of Iranian willingness to end the nuclear standoff might offer some hope towards a compromise.

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