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Iran Negotiations with the U.S: Venomous or Anodyne?

Following the trip of Iran regime’s foreign minister Javad Zarif to Europe, and in particular his participation at the G7 summit, infightings among regime officials has escalated. The question was raised that whether Iranian regime president Hassan Rouhani will meet with the U.S. president Donald Trump. 

Iran’s Regime or the International Community, Which One to Blame?

As the Iranian people to sink in the mire poverty and their purchase power has dramatically decreased. There is one question to answer, who should be held accountable? The Iranian regime or the international community, which has imposed sanctions on the Iranian regime for supporting terrorism and its nuclear activities.

By Rejecting Unconditional Talks, Iran’s President Fuels Further Growth in Tensions

After tentatively signaling openness to the idea of negotiations with American officials over the weekend, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani quickly distanced himself from that notion on Tuesday, saying that such talks would only go forward if the US first agreed to remove the sanctions that have been imposed on the Islamic Republic over the past year. The reversal was seemingly the latest in a series of gestures which underscore the Iranian regime’s confrontational approach to foreign relations and its commitment to defiance of Western positions.

US Sanctions People Linked to Iran’s WMD Program

The United States has issued sanctions against two people, which they say are running procurement networks linked to the Iranian Regime, for engaging in secretive acquisition activities that are believed to benefit the Iranian Regime’s military.

Mixed Signals Regarding Iran-US Talks in the Wake of G-7 Summit

This past weekend marked the latest meeting of G-7 nations, and issues relating to the Islamic Republic of Iran were predictably a major topic of conversation. What was less predictable, however, was the last-minute invitation extended to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif by the gathering’s host, French President Emmanuel Macron. The two men had separately met in Paris on Friday, but Zarif was not scheduled to participate in the proceedings. Plans were reportedly altered after representatives of the seven leading economic powers shared dinner on Saturday evening and expressed general agreement on their goals with respect to Iran’s nuclear program and its impact on regional and global security.

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