A threshold as a kind of borderline, and given that Iran has no intentions to stop at all, the idea of a nuclear threshold state is not relevant and will never be. The threshold provides some western states a feeling of control over a rogue and raving process that does not care what the West thinks, wants or defines.
The foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates on Monday called for an end to “crude interference in Arab affairs” that he said was undermining regional and international stability.
Iran’s President, Ebrahim Raisi has met with the Japanese Foreign Minister, Toshimitsu Motegi to demand the release of $3 billion…
Iran has called on Japan to release billions of dollars frozen in the country’s banks due to United States sanctions, Reuters reported on Sunday.
The coronavirus pandemic has not only changed the shape of businesses and the world economy, but also many socio-political structures, in particular in Iran. And now in Iran, there is talk of these changes being permanent even after the end of the epidemic. However, these are not the only direct economic areas affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Two leading Iranian filmmakers, Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasoulof, have published a video featuring clips of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei speaking on the Covid-19 pandemic, including his ban on United States and British-made vaccines, and said he must answer for endangering the lives of Iranians.
The coronavirus crisis in Iran is accelerating and raging. The death toll is staggering, and the people are left defenseless. Every news about the situation is adding to the disastrous situation.
A Liberian-flagged ship flying 280km from the port of Al-Daqam in the Oman Sea was targeted by a drone on Friday.
Democratic and Republican representatives have urged the European Union to include the Lebanese Hezbollah on the list of terrorist organizations.
Freedom is real in America. The battle for freedom never ends. We must be vigilant and not let down our guard.
Iran’s incoming president Ebrahim Raisi, who will be sworn in on Aug. 5, has made many promises regarding economic issues — surpassing 50 in total so far. Although his electoral platform lacked any details clarifying how he would fulfill his promises, they still symbolize more than 50 problems and challenges that the incoming government will face