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Iran awards medals of honor to nuclear team for "perseverance of the Iranian nation and the Islamic revolution"

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif are seated during a meeting at United Nations headquarters in New York Sept. 350 more words

Will Iran Keep Its Promises?

Originally published on The Diplomat Magazine

When the P5+1 struck a deal with Iran on its nuclear program in July 2015, general expectations were that the sanctions could be lifted as early as spring 2016. 1,067 more words

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Koch & Iran deal - some Presidential candidates may be liars

John Glaser and Justin Logan, writing on the CATO Institute website have claimed that the deal with Iran to delay making atomic bombs “is an historic achievement that decreases the likelihood of an Iranian nuclear weapon and forestalls the risk of another costly U.S. 1,282 more words

Iran

The Iranian Spring

February 1, 2016

It may not be about freedom of expression, respect for human rights or political reform but this still is an Iranian spring; more than anything else a diplomatic one, in the middle of a harsh regional winter. 865 more words

The Indo-US nuclear deal – a decade after

V. S. Ramamurthy was part of the Indian delegation accompanying the Prime Minister to the US and had an opportunity to witness from close quarters some of the hectic parleys preceding the signing of the Joint Statement of 2005 in which USA not only recognized India as a state with advanced nuclear technology, but also committed to achieve full civil nuclear energy cooperation with India. 35 more words

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A Changing Dynamic in the Middle East

With the United Nations atomic watchdog now having confirmed that Iran is complying with the deal that was struck last July to curb the nation’s nuclear development, economic sanctions have been dropped and Iran has emerged into a new era of Western relations in the Middle East. 860 more words

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