Gholamali Haddad Adel says the Iranian survival does not hinge on a deal with the West and unity holds the key to principlist success.
Ali Motahari, an outspoken principlist MP talks about the problems his fellow principlists face in ensuring unity in their ranks.
Iran says experts at the Atomic Energy Organization have built seven new state-of-the-art laser systems to be used in medical procedures.
Fararu, an Iranian news website, examines Iran’s nuclear case, urging Iran and P5+1 to arrive at a political agreement before a Republican-majority Congress meets.
Sadegh Zibakalam, a prominent professor of political science, weighs in on whether Ahmadinejad will make a political comeback.
Two former Iranian diplomats explain why Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wrote letters earlier this month to his counterparts around the world on Iran’s nuclear policies.
Among other things, the gathering is to discuss ways of promoting cooperation among political parties across the Islamic world.
Nuclear talks will bear fruit only if the Western parties come to the understanding that “unfair sanctions do not amount to a great achievement for them”, Zarif said.
Not only will the Israeli dream of opening an embassy in Tehran never come true, but God willing Iran will open its embassy in Palestine without the presence of Zionists, Boroujerdi said.
The Iranian foreign minister says his negotiators have tried to be creative and innovative and have offered solutions in talks with P5+1.