Riyadh Afraid to Start Talks with Tehran: Analyst

A political commentator says Saudi Arabia is afraid to start negotiations with Iran.

Saudis Must Reopen Embassy in Tehran to Mend Ties: Analyst

An Iranian political analyst says as the Saudis cut off relations with Iran, it is Riyadh that should take the first step by reopening its embassy in Tehran and allow Tehran to reopen its embassy in Riyadh.

Turkey Fighting Terror with Help of Terrorist Groups

Iranian political analyst Ali Hassan Heidari has, in an op-ed regarding Turkey’s recent invasion of Syria known as “Peace Spring”, weighed in on the overt and covert goals of Ankara’s move.

Fate of 2020 US Election Depends on Public Health Insurance

The Obamacare is the most comprehensive law of the US since Social Security Act effective in 1935. The law was passed to guarantee the quality of health insurances and reduce the number of uninsured people, and now it seems to have a key role on the fate of the country’s 2020 election.

Repercussions of Riyadh’s Definite Defeat in Yemen Invasion

Saudi Arabia along with its allies, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Sudan, Egypt and Morroco, began an all-out aerial campaign against Yemen called “Decisive Storm” in 2015. But it has brought nothing but a definite failure for the Saudi regime.

Did US Just Complete Its Part of New Prisoner Swap with Iran?

The US “deportation” of an Iranian woman prisoner charged with circumvention of Washington’s sanctions against Tehran seems to be part of a new prisoner exchange deal between Iran and the US despite an official denial.
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Netanyahu Is Now Israel’s Biggest Trouble

With over 95 percent of the vote counted, the right-wing and ultra-Orthodox parties of Israel have failed to win enough seats for a parliamentary majority in the Knesset, marking a heavy defeat for Benjamin Netanyahu.

The Strange Case of the Burning Saudi Refineries

The September 2019 attack that cut Saudi Arabia’s oil production by up to 60% and has thrown the world into chaos was not a surprise.  The claim by US Secretary of State that “Iran did it” is no surprise as well.

‘Saudi Arabia, UAE First Opponents of Military Attack on Iran’

An Iranian political expert believes that despite Saudi Arabia’s call for investigations into attack on Aramco oil facilities, Riyadh and its ally the United Arab Emirates are the first countries who oppose an anti-Iran military intervention by Washington.

France’s Mission in New Round of Talks over JCPOA

The world is currently experiencing multiple political and security developments, the fate of which can affect the political and security equation in whole or in part.

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