The never-ending FATF dispute in Iran
One of the most complicated debates among politicians and economists in Iran is whether or not the country should join the Financial Action Task Force
President Rouhani Visits Iraq in broad daylight
A couple of months ago, President Trump visited Iraq by the cover of darkness, and, as he claimed in one of his interviews, the Americans actually had to shut off all the lights so that no one could recognize him, fearing for his safety.
Why Did The Iran Hostage Crisis Happen?
The Islamic Republic of Iran recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, a revolution which turned an American ally to an American enemy.
Why Did Iran Invite the Taliban to peace talks?
Less than a week after Ali Shamkhani returned to Tehran, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi announced that representatives of the Taliban had visited Tehran and that the Afghan government was aware of the visit.
Will the US’ Exit from the JCPOA Take Us Back To 2004?
In November 2004, the three European powers (Britain, France, and Germany) known as European Troika, secured a pledge from Iran to halt its uranium enrichment program, and Iran allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to Plump and Seal all Iranian nuclear facilities.