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News and views from the world of politics in Iran and the region, including government, Parliament, foreign affairs, defence and more. Also there is special coverage of developments related to the 2015 nuclear deal, or JCPOA.


Achievement of Iranian gov’t beyond expectations: Rouhani

President Rouhani said that the end results of the negotiations were a win-win.

Is Iran dealing with P5+2?

What is surprising is that Amano, who is the director general of an independent international agency, is summoned to the US Senate and he accepts to show up, Naghavi said.

Iran warns IAEA against leakage of confidential data to US Senate

The agreements between a country and the IAEA, which are classified, can by no means be presented to any other country, said the Iranian ambassador to the IAEA.

Iran’s Zarif calls for global nuclear disarmament

One step in the right direction would be to start negotiations for a weapons elimination treaty, backed by a robust monitoring and compliance-verification mechanism, said Zarif.

Iran rejects report of confidential annexes to JCPOA

A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says there is nothing confidential in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Tehran’s nuclear program and its...

Nuclear deal does not require parliament approval

The Vienna accord signed between Iran and P5+1 is not regarded as an international agreement, convention or treaty. Therefore, it has been named the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, said Salehi.

Leader’s aide: Israel never dares to attack Iran

Supreme Leader's top adviser, Ali Akbar Velayati, has said that Iran will never allow any outsider to inspect its military sites.

Iranian cleric raps US war rhetoric as “worn-out”

A senior Iranian cleric has said that the enemies should know that the Islamic Republic of Iran – if attacked – would chase the enemies deep into their territory.

Taliban have no place in Iran security strategy: Envoy

Iran does not accept comments that “Enemy of your enemy is your friend”, and has many times said that it is not going to support extremism under any condition, said Bahrami.

The 11th government is landscaping Iran’s front yard, not the US backyard

Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst, has said that the Rouhani administration seeks to make friends with its neighbors, instead of strengthening its foothold in the US backyard.

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