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It has now been almost a decade since Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei traveled to Bandar Abbas, Iran’s major port in the Persian Gulf, and...
Iran

On Sunday, three cruise missiles were fired from the Houthi-controlled coast of Yemen at the USS Mason, an American destroyer in international waters in the...
iran

Nazi Paikidze, a women’s chess champion, is refusing to participate in the forthcoming Women's World Chess Championship, to be held in February in Iran, because the...
Iran

One of the key flashpoints between the Obama administration and Congress in the aftermath of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has been the Islamic...
Iran

When it comes to breaking down barriers with Iran, many proponents of engagement argue that sporting diplomacy, cultural exchanges, and university and student ties are...
Iran

Amid the all furious post-debate fact checks, which are largely and fairly aimed at Mike Pence's effort to reinterpret or will out of existence much...
Iran

Last night, Donald Trump was right about one thing: the disaster that is Iran nuclear deal. But Trump’s inability to disassemble Hillary Clinton’s defense of the pact...
Iran

Often lost in the debate about whether reintegrating Iran into the world economy will lead it to dedicate itself to the health and well-being of...
Russian-Iranian

A couple months ago, I wrote  a long essay for a unit of the U.S. Army examining the history of Russo-Iran ties and, more importantly, Iranian perspectives...
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A couple weeks ago, I testified before the House Financial Services Committee about the $1.7 billion in cash payments the Obama administration gave Iran (and,...
Iran

Secretary of State John Kerry has traveled across the globe trying to convince Western companies and banks to do business with their Iranian counterparts, no...
diplomacy

Secretary of State John Kerry told the UN Security Council on Wednesday that “a moment of truth” had arrived in the efforts to enforce a ceasefire in...