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Russia Has Taken Syria as Hostage to Get Concessions from West
For Moscow, Damascus is a card it could use to extract concessions from the West and get rid of sanctions. By Ali Bigdeli.
Abadi’s Tough Job in Balancing Relations with Tehran, Washington
Some Iraqi officials stress that Iraq should not rely on the US’ promises.
Review of Foreign Policy in 1395
Excerpts of a Fararu interview with Mehdi Motahharnia, an expert on foreign policy
What Is on Rouhani’s Agenda in His Visit to Moscow?
Iran’s president visits Moscow at a juncture where bilateral ties are of utmost importance for both countries. By Hossein Malaek, Iran’s former ambassador to China.
Rouhani’s foreign policy and the six shots left
The Rouhani administration has six foreign policy shots, which have little to do with the six-shooter of militarism, writes veteran Iranian diplomat Nosratollah Tajik.
Nowruz, an Opportunity to Bring the Region Closer
Celebration of Nowruz, a shared cultural ritual between Iran and its neighbors, can help correct skewed images of Iran in the region and foster regional convergence. By Bahram Amir-Ahmadian,
Tehran’s newspapers on Saturday 28th of Esfand 1395; March 18th, 2017
Rouhani Administration Flips Out at State-run TV
Rouhani administration officials say Iran’s state-run TV has a one-sided approach when it comes to their achievements.
Iran to eliminate death penalty for some drug offences, saving about 5000 lives
Iranian authorities finally agree to eliminate capital punishment for minor drug offences.
Can Iran’s Reformists Finally Secure Grip on the City Councils?
Reformists are planning to hold a majority in Tehran City Council for the first time in thirteen years.
Tehran’s newspapers on Tuesday 24th of Esfand 1395; March 14th, 2017
Tehran’s newspapers on Monday 23rd of Esfand 1395; March 13th, 2017
How to Link Asghar Farhadi to Zionist Regime in Two Shakes of a Lamb’s Tail
Ultraconservative media in Iran are attacking globally-acclaimed director Asghar Farhadi for screening of his latest work in Israel.
Trump’s Creeping Interventionism in Syria
By Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
Reformists to Back President Rouhani’s Reelection
The reformists in Iran have finalized their decision to back President Hassan Rouhani in his bid to win a second term in office.
Tehran’s newspapers on Sunday 22nd of Esfand 1395; March 12th, 2017
Why Iran Is an Unexpendable Force in Syria?
For Moscow, it would be hard to find a reliable alternative for Iran’s combat-hardened ground forces.
Friday Prayers across Iran: Government is criticized for its performance
Friday prayers on March 10, 2017.
Tehran’s newspapers on Saturday 21st of Esfand 1395; March 11th, 2017
Tehran’s newspapers on Wednesday 18th of Esfand 1395; March 8th, 2017
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