• Outcomes of Boris Johnson's trip to Tehran

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Outcomes of Boris Johnson's trip to Tehran

    TEHRAN, Dec. 12 (MNA) – The visit of British Foreign Secretary, "Boris Johnson", to Tehran has been called a special trip by many analysts of foreign policy and international affairs, and subjects such as "the case of security convicts", "the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)" and "regional issues" are considered among his goals of this visit. There are some important points about Johnson's trip to Tehran:

  • US unreliability completely predictable

    FM Zarif:

    US unreliability completely predictable

    TEHRAN, Dec. 11 (MNA) – In an NY Times article Sun., Iran’s Foreign Minister Zarif argues that as the N-deal and the ME enter uncharted territory, “it is imperative that Europe helps ensure we don’t soon find ourselves repeating history.”

  • Jerusalem al-Quds victim of division among Muslims

    By: Sadegh Maleki

    Jerusalem al-Quds victim of division among Muslims

    TEHRAN, Dec. 11 (MNA) –For a generation whose spirit and body are linked to the Palestinian cause, these days are hard and bitter. Undoubtedly, after the Balfour Declaration, Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is the hardest blow against the Palestinian people and, consequently, all Muslims in the world.

  • Johnson's souvenir for Queen from a "special" trip

    By Mohammad Ghaderi

    Johnson's souvenir for Queen from a "special" trip

    The unexpected trip by British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, to Tehran is of importance and its different aspects should be taken into consideration.

  • Arms sales to KSA, violation of JCPOA, making Iran unwilling to renegotiate

    Eldar Mamedov:

    Arms sales to KSA, violation of JCPOA, making Iran unwilling to renegotiate

    TEHRAN, Dec. 09 (MNA) – The official in charge of EP delegation for inter-parliamentary relations with Iran says the current US, EU approach to ME deters Iran from sharing negotiation desk with westerners.

  • Trump’s al-Quds move: A fireball

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Trump’s al-Quds move: A fireball

    TEHRAN, Dec. 06 (MNA) – The United States President Donald Trump will recognize al-Quds (Jerusalem) as Israel's capital on Wednesday despite intense Arab, Muslim and European opposition to a move that would upend decades of the US policy and risk potentially violent protests.

  • Exceptionalism versus magnanimity

    By: Martin Love

    Exceptionalism versus magnanimity

    TEHRAN, Dec. 05 (MNA) – There is no reasonable justification for citizens anywhere to consider themselves or their country necessarily “exceptional”. When one is talking about particular governments pushing the meme of “exceptionalism” (rather than, say, humility) in some grandiose way, watch out.

  • NATO's responsibility toward drug production in Afghanistan

    By Payman Yazdani:

    NATO's responsibility toward drug production in Afghanistan

    TEHRAN, Dec. 05 (MNA) – Production of the illicit drugs in NATO-dominated Afghanistan has hit a new record during the past decade since the US lead coalition waged a war on the country in 2001 under the pretext of fighting terrorism.

  • Common concern of White House, Riyadh

    By: Mohammad Ghaderi

    Common concern of White House, Riyadh

    TEHRAN, Dec. 04 (MNA) –In recent days, American and Saudi authorities have common security concerns. The defeat of the notorious ISIL terrorists has hit Washington and Riyadh hard. However, the issue is not limited to the military and regional dimensions. Part of the issue is the Takfirist ideology with the support of US and Saudi House behind it.