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Shariat madari

Annulment of Lausanne agreement, the only way forward

Kayhan daily offers explanations as to why going backward at this stage is the only way forward.

To go between nations or go beyond norms

Javan daily examines where Turkey under President Erdogan stands as conflicts are boiling over in the flashpoint Middle East region.

Principlist news website dissects parliamentary committee session attended by FM

A principlist website says there were three main problems associated with a parliamentary committee session attended by Foreign Minister Zarif and its coverage by IRIB.
Sadegh Zibakalam

The beginning of an era or the beginning of the end

Sadegh Zibakalam, in an opinion piece, explains why Iran’s hardliners are not happy with what has been achieved in Switzerland after intensive nuclear talks.
iranian women

Good wives, working moms, top managers are no quitters

Arman-e Emrooz daily examines women's representation in management positions and their family roles as mothers and wives.
Sheryl Sandberg

It takes a woman to shatter the glass ceiling

The translator of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by the CEO of Facebook says the book has useful pieces of advice for both men and women.
Nowruz map

Geopolitics of Nowruz

Attempts to have the language of Farsi eliminated will lead to exclusion of an important part of culture from the history of regional countries.
Laurent Fabius

Fabius has resumed throwing a wrench in the works

Measures by Paris are more of hindrance than help; different stances by France and other members of P5+1 on nuclear talks can endanger what has been achieved so far.
Netanyahu speech congress-1

A symphony of hatred on Republican stage

What the US Congress can do to help the cause of global security rather than hosting the Netanyahu theatrics.

Does Kerry’s Saudi visit mean a nuclear deal is looming?

Arman-e Emrooz says Secretary Kerry’s trip to Riyadh could be both positive – a sign of Saudi approval of a final deal – or negative – a sign that Riyadh’s might seek to derail the talks.

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