Interviews

Siroos Naseri

We are close to a nuclear deal: Former Iranian negotiator

There has been general concern that after a deal on general outlines, talks about the details could run into trouble, setting the stage for the other side to take advantage of it, Sirous Nasseri said.
Hamid Gol

US has not killed Bin Laden: Former Pakistani spymaster

A former Pakistan general says the US has not killed Bin Laden; rather the terror mastermind has died of natural causes.
Mousavian

Leader’s call for a one-stage deal is meant to prop up the talks: Former...

Hossein Mousavian said the Supreme Leader's instructions are meant to boost the likelihood of a sustainable deal at nuclear talks with P5+1.
Mohammad Javad-Larijani

Supreme Leader’s message is catching on with the youth

The secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council has said for the first time since the revolution that we use simple language to develop mutual understanding with the world.
Saudi King

Transfer of power to 3rd generation is Saudi Arabia’s main challenge

An expert in Saudi affairs has said that a bleak future lies ahead for Saudi Arabia and Iran-Saudi relations are not expected to take a positive turn soon.
Tiziana Ciavardini

Italian Anthropologist Hails Iran Leader’s ‘Historic Letter’

An Italian anthropologist described the recent letter by the Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution to Western youths as a “historic letter” whose impact will be revealed in future.
Yemen-1

What is really going on in Yemen? An expert point of view (PART TWO)

A Middle East expert says that the possible rise to power of Shiites in Yemen is not a cause for concern for reactionary Arab states; rather, they do not want to see a democracy in their backyard.
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What is really going on in Yemen? An expert point of view (PART ONE)

A Middle East expert says that the possible rise to power of Shiites in Yemen is not a cause for concern for reactionary Arab states; rather, they do not want to see a democracy in their backyard.
Yanni

Yanni weighs in on his probable visit to Iran

I love to stage a concert in Iran and get first-hand knowledge about its culture and people, said the internationally-known composer.
Niyusha Tavakoli

Whenever I reach the end, I start from scratch

Newsha Tavakolian, a self-taught photographer, says her success has no bearing on her gender.

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