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.
Iran’s Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has defined the current status of relations between Iran and the United States as “no war, no negotiation.”
An expert on international relations says US President’s move to fire John Bolton will provide fresh air for diplomacy between Tehran and Washington.
An expert on the US affairs believes the dismissal of Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton can be a good news for the Iranian people.
A political expert has described the UK exit from the European Union as a nightmare for London, saying UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on a road fraught with difficulties with a dark prospect for his no-deal Brexit plan.
Political commentator Fatemeh Sayyahi has weighed in on the consequences of attacks by the US and Israel on bases of the Iran-backed Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq.
In one of his most recent statements, French President Emmanuel Macron has announced the end of US and Western hegemony in the international system. The remarks come as the EU and Eurozone are also facing a severe crisis of leadership.
The “Deal of the Century” was orchestrated by the United States and Israel in order to remove Palestine from the geography of the world.
While the United Arab Emirates has been expressing willingness to ease tensions with Iran in recent weeks, the US news media suddenly disclosed secret meetings between the Emiratis and Israel. Now the question is why the Americans gave away such secret.
A former Iranian ambassador has explained why Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, two main regional rivals of Iran, have begun to change their policy and reach out to Iran.