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IRAN FOREIGN POLICY
Cuba and Iran: A New Era for American Diplomacy?
Americans, who increasingly oppose costly conflict, may come to recognize that the U.S. would be better off with a Cuba and an Iran (without nuclear weapons) as functioning members of the international community.
Saudi Arabia Accepts Iran's Friend Request
Just as I need to see the faces of Iranian friends to ascertain that they are known to me, Iran's new pick for the role of ambassador to Saudi Arabia is a friendly face. This is a positive sign.
Revisiting the Flawed Policy of Sanctioning Iran: How Sanctions Hurt the Reformers
PhD candidate, University of Michigan
As in neighboring Iraq, the ever-expanding sanctions on Iran are disempowering the very people capable of pushing for a change at the top -- the middle class.
Mutual Concession Key to Make Negotiations Work in Moscow
Writer, political analyst
Tehran needs a much more significant reward to underpin the legitimacy of a deal and make it presentable to the home audience. Negotiations with Iran are highly unlikely to work out unless the West abandons its zero-sum viewpoint.
Replace the 'Icy' Motakki with the 'Fiery' Salehi!
Ahmadinejad's decision to replace the 'icy' Motakki with the 'fiery' head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, sends the message to other nations that nuclear diplomacy is the priority in Iran's foreign policy.
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