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  • Extreme right transformation in Europe and a new mission to Rajavi's Cult

    By: Hamid Bayati

    Extreme right transformation in Europe and a new mission to Rajavi's Cult

    TEHRAN, Jan. 21 (MAN) – Israeli regime is providing extreme right parties in Europe with covert support to create a rift in the continent.

  • It behooves largely Muslim lands to avoid becoming like Saudi Arabia

    By: Martin Love

    It behooves largely Muslim lands to avoid becoming like Saudi Arabia

    TEHRAN, Jan. 19 (MAN) – It’s possible that the US has set itself up for more failure, especially in the Middle East, even if there is no dominating internal “development” like economic or monetary collapse, and especially if the US resorts to more militancy. Meanwhile, it behooves Iran’s leaders to permit Iran’s people a louder voice in Iranian affairs of state and in the formulation of domestic mandates. Above all, Iran ought not to be or become like Saudi Arabia is as a Muslim country.

  • Trump is mocking Biden

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Trump is mocking Biden

    TEHRAN, Jan. 19 (MAN) – News sources in the United States announced that Joe Biden, the US former Vice-President (from 2009 to 2017), and a prominent figure in the Democratic Party will soon announce his run for the president in 2020. Biden has previously said that he's "the most qualified person in the country" for being president.

  • Nancy Pelosi and her dual approaches

    By: Hanif Ghaffari

    Nancy Pelosi and her dual approaches

    TEHRAN, Jan. 19 (MNA) – In her remarks, the United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asserted that Trump's border wall campaign has nothing to do with border security. She said it's one of the US President's plans for energizing his conservative base, and in this way, he aims to distract the country from the various scandals dogging his administration.

  • Poland will lose intl. prestige after US-orchestrated game

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Poland will lose intl. prestige after US-orchestrated game

    TEHRAN, Jan. 15 (MNA) – Polish officials have closed their eyes to the realities of international relations regarding the hosting of an anti-Iran conference. They still do not know that at the end of this game Warsaw will lose its international prestige and respect and the US will finally abandon them.

  • Why is Tony Blair so angry?

    By: Hanif Ghaffari

    Why is Tony Blair so angry?

    TEHRAN, Jan. 15 (MNA) – The former British Prime Minister doesn't have a good time! On the one hand, Tony Blair is witnessing the continuation of the Brexit process, and on the other hand, He's in no way happy with what has happened inside the Labor Party! Tony Blair is one of the main opponents of the British withdrawal from the European Union.

  • Iran’s oil market facing the new sanctions era; what to expect

    By: Ebrahim Fallahi

    Iran’s oil market facing the new sanctions era; what to expect

    TEHRAN, Jan. 14 (MNA) – After an expected hiatus in Iran’s oil exports to some of the country’s main customers following the reimposition of the US sanctions, once again the country’s old buyers are coming back to take advantage of the 180-day window which has been presented by the waivers granted in November.

  • Greeks' anger flaring up

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Greeks' anger flaring up

    TEHRAN, Jan. 14 (MNA) – As predicted, despite the adoption of austerity policies for 11 years, Greece is still one of the most austerity-stricken countries in the EU. Although Greece was supposed to emerge from the bailout by 2012, and step towards economic prosperity, heavy debts prevented the realization of this process.

  • ‘Gadkari effect’ on growing Iran-India relations

    By: M K Bhadrakumar

    ‘Gadkari effect’ on growing Iran-India relations

    TEHRAN, Jan. 13 (MNA) – If the ‘Newton Effect’ in physics has an equivalent in international diplomacy, we can describe what is happening to India-Iran relations as the ‘Gadkari Effect’.

  • A clear signal for the German chancellor

    By: Hanif Ghaffari

    A clear signal for the German chancellor

    TEHRAN, Jan. 12 (MNA) – It's a difficult time for the Chancellor of Germany. She had to pass the power inside the Christian Democrat Party to her rival, Kramp-Karenbauer. In a conference, Karenbauer rejected claims that she was the “mini Merkel”.

  • Reasons behind the eventual withdrawal of Kuwait from PGCC

    By: Javad Heirannia

    Reasons behind the eventual withdrawal of Kuwait from PGCC

    TEHRAN, Jan. 12 (MNA) – After several years since the beginning of Syria crisis, the Persian Gulf Arab states are changing their policies towards this county, and following the move of UAE and Bahrain, Kuwait will soon expand its relations with Syria.

  • Who is new member of the US National Security Council?

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Who is new member of the US National Security Council?

    TEHRAN, Jan. 09 (MNA) – Richard Goldberg, a Grand Old Party foreign policy expert, is joining the White House's National Security Council as its new Director for Countering Iranian weapons of mass destruction.

  • The black nightmare of the Green Continent

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    The black nightmare of the Green Continent

    TEHRAN, Jan. 09 (MNA) – The deployment of about 147,000 police officers on Paris and other cities' streets in the early days of the New Year, and the increased security warnings in other EU member states, uncovers of a deep-seated crisis existing in the Green Continent.

  • A random litany of potentially better news for Iran seen from 8000 miles

    By: Martin Love

    A random litany of potentially better news for Iran seen from 8000 miles

    TEHRAN, Jan. 08 (MNA) – Iran is allegedly planning joint naval exercises with Russia in the Caspian Sea. The government in Kabul is said to be open to stronger ties and cooperation with Tehran. More countries are allegedly intending to keep open trade channels with Tehran, especially India and Pakistan, even if there’s no clear evidence yet of a European “Special Purposes Vehicle” to bypass US economic sanctions on Iran for trade purposes.

  • Minister’s death blow to Tel Aviv with trampling on the occupation symbol

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Minister’s death blow to Tel Aviv with trampling on the occupation symbol

    TEHRAN, Jan. 08 (MNA) – While some of the Arab leaders, particularly in the Persian Gulf region, are normalizing relations with the Zionist regime, the people of these states deeply despise the Zionists.

  • Merkel and Macron's secret disputes

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Merkel and Macron's secret disputes

    TEHRAN, Jan. 08 (MNA) – In spite of European senior officials' emphasis on cooperation among the EU leaders, such a cooperation doesn't exist in practice. Under such circumstances, the political and economic disagreements between Berlin and Paris are still going on. These disagreements are indicative of German-French conflicts in resolving the European economic crisis.

  • Tel Aviv fears Hezbollah more than ever

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Tel Aviv fears Hezbollah more than ever

    TEHRAN, Jan. 07 (MNA) – Israelis are riddled with fear, fear of Hezbollah missile capability and the invaluable experience of Lebanese resistance fighters in the Syrian War.

  • Brexit: a global laughing stock

    By: Hanif Ghaffari

    Brexit: a global laughing stock

    TEHRAN, Jan. 01 (MNA) – Brexit has long been a foggy point in the security, political, social, and economic equations in Britain and the United Europe. Conflicts and debates over Brexit have increased in the UK, and opponents of the Britain's exit from the European Union are about to hold a referendum again.

  • A hard year for Trump

    By: Hanif Ghaffari

    A hard year for Trump

    TEHRAN, Dec. 31 (MNA) – By analyzing the current circumstances in the United States, one can see that the coming year will be very difficult for the US President.

  • UAE reopens embassy in Damascus; Arabs in line to return to Syria

    By Mohammad Ghaderi

    UAE reopens embassy in Damascus; Arabs in line to return to Syria

    TEHRAN, Dec. 31 (MNA) – Besides the security developments in Syria that have always made headlines and the Zionist’s attacks on Syria, these days Damascus has become a hangout place for states that have not achieved much in the past few years of war against Syria.

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