An Iranian expert says an unexpected Saudi cabinet reshuffle which has brought to power a team of novices will provoke a political storm in the kingdom.
Iran’s foreign minister has said what the sanctions did was to create an atmosphere among the Iranians that the US doesn’t want to treat them well and the US is trying to put pressure on them.
Joseph Nye, a Harvard University professor, has said that the US will not change its Iran policy if Hillary Clinton becomes the 45th president of the United States.
Saeed Laylaz, an economist, says the Lausanne agreement can bring about positive results for Iran, but its advantages should not be overblown.
Ali Akbar Salehi, a former Iranian top diplomat, reveals what happened behind the scenes before Iran and the United States opened face-to-face talks.
A new business by an entrepreneur offers jobs to women who support their families and former prisoners with criminal records.
Tiziana Ciavardini, an Italian researcher, says that the West has fuelled Iranophobia to stop Iran growing.
The Expediency Council chairman says that a tough year lies ahead for Iran if nuclear talks break down and sanctions remain in place.
Expediency Council Chairman Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani elaborates on ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Iran’s foreign minister has said in an interview that the West has to accept the fact that Iran is after interaction, dialogue and logic.