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Why New US Sanctions on Iran Violate JCPOA

Why New US Sanctions on Iran Violate JCPOA

The new sanctions ratified by the US Senate to be imposed against Iran run counter to the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
Military Attack on Qatar for Regime Change Not Impossible

Why Iran Should Back Qatar in Row with Saudis

A political commentator says the Islamic Republic of Iran should not sit idly by in the ongoing tension in Saudi-Qatar relations.
Iran Should Steer Clear of Saudi-Qatari Row

Iran Should Steer Clear of Saudi-Qatari Row: Analyst

An Iranian political commentator says Iran should distance itself from the Saudi-Qatari crisis.
US Favours Separation of Kurdistan Region from Iraq

US Favours Separation of Kurdistan Region from Iraq: Analyst

A political commentator says Washington would like to see Iraq’s Kurdistan Region separated from the country.
Turin Stampede; When Social Frenzy Turns into Fear

Turin Stampede; When Social Frenzy Turns into Fear

Last week, Europe experienced fear and terror after a series of terrorist acts in the UK. The London attacks were concurrent with the frenzy of UEFA Champions League’s final match between Real Madrid and Juventus, which was being held in Cardiff.
Saudi Arabia King Salman

“Inventing Enemies; Saudi Arabia’s Trick for Survival”

An Iranian political analyst says making enemies is a key trick played by Saudi Arabia to live on.
Arabian leader and Trump

Qatar; The Elder Brother’s Victim

Saudi Arabia will not need the terrorists’ backyard anymore. In the new situation, the older brother needs a victim, whose name is Qatar. The mantle of radical Islam fits Qatar gracefully and it could help Saudi Arabia get rid of the heavy charge that it is the source of terrorism.
Military Attack on Qatar for Regime Change Not Impossible

Military Attack on Qatar for Regime Change Not Impossible: Analyst

Leading Arab journalist and political analyst Abdel Bari Atwan says a decision by a number of Arab states to cut diplomatic ties with Qatar may herald new development in the Arab world.
Mosul Liberation May Have Negative Consequences

“Mosul Liberation May Have Negative Consequences”

A political commentator says the liberation of Mosul from the ISIS terrorists could, ironically enough, be counterproductive.
Rouhani and Raisi fans

Analyst Warns about Post-Election Division in Iran Society

A political analyst says advocates of different political camps in Iran should set their differences aside to pave the way for the new administration to work towards boosting national development.

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