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Development through national management helps solve Afghan problems: Expert

No country has made progress through charity aid, said Pir Mohammad Molazehi.
Elias Naderan

Dependence of government’s public funds on oil should end: MP

Elias Naderan, a principlist MP, says government coffers rely on revenues generated by the government’s monopoly over oil industry and other natural resources.
Kerry and Zarif

A village chief or just a steward?

America has plunged from the global village chief into a steward; it is high time we believed that bilateral meetings with America won’t get nuclear talks anywhere.
Chuck Hagel

Chuck Hagel, the casualty of US national security shakeup

Javan, a Tehran-based daily, brings under focus the sudden resignation of US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and how it can impact Washington's security policies down the line.

Reference groups of Iranian youth have changed

A Tehran University Professor Taghi Azad Armaki brings into sharper focus the emotional reaction people showed to the untimely death of Morteza Pashaei, a pop singer.
broken mirror

Inferiority, self-inflicted violence

One of the most extreme forms of self-inflicted violence experienced by some Iranian women is that they sell themselves short and become blind followers of imported aesthetic standards.
Iranian Newspapers Headlines

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Nov. 26

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Wednesday and picked headlines from 21 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Why the nuclear talks failed? What is the takeaway? Daily answers

An analytical look at why talks between Iran and P5+1 did not produce a deal and what that means now.

Nuclear deal and its impact on Iran’s relations with Arab nations

Some Arab nations in the region fear they could lose their regional edge if Washington inks a deal with Tehran.
Hooman Majd

New Yorker analyst: The collapse of nuclear talks unlikely

Hooman Majd, an Iranian-American journalist, says that a comprehensive nuclear accord would serve the interests of both sides and its possible failure would be to their detriment.

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