Published in: Home: OpinionIranian nuclear deal threatened by political turmoil in Iran and Israel
OPINION: Anti-government protests in both countries jeopardise already shaky deal to limit Iran’s nuclear programme
US and Iran both need a new deal
Breaking the current impasse requires an interim gesture by the US which provides Iran with the incentive it needs...
War is no solution to the US-Iran standoff
Nothing other than direct talks can offer a prospect for a solution to the crisis.
It’s less about Iran and more about stability in the Middle East
History suggests that attempts to exclude such regional powers produce instability, or worse.
Can Iran turn crisis into opportunity?
Iran is facing what is what is potentially the greatest existential threat it has faced since its inception in 1979.
Looking from within: is the nuclear deal a big deal for the Iranian people?
The best deal for the Iranian people is to get dignity and respect and to save their country from further political...
US Iran policy is driven more by psychology than geopolitics
Could Trump’s mark of a successful term in office be the degree to which he erases Obama’s presidency?
Europe must honour its commitments: protect the nuclear deal
From an Iranian standpoint there continues to be a huge gap between what had been promised and what has actually...
The "Iran deal": when American and Iranian conservatives are on the same side
The domestic critics of the Iran deal and its Republican misanthropists in the United States are making a similar mistake.
The colonial roots of Trump’s discourse on Iran
The colonial image of Persians as hypocritical and unreliable is so deeply entrenched in western imagination, that...