IranInsight|Showcasing a Multifaceted Iran

As Iran’s economy began recovering with the lifting of international sanctions, Akbar Torkan, a top advisor to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, stated in December 2016, “Iran’s wealth and national interests were plundered by a bunch of marauders from Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E, Qatar, China and India.”

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In a featured article entitled “Why we have enemies” in the July 7 issue of the weekly Sobhe Sadeq, Brig. Gen. Yadollah Javani expounded the deep state view that there is an inherent, irreconcilable antagonism between Iran and its enemies.

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Six months into his administration, Donald Trump appears increasingly determined to start implementing his campaign promise of “dismantling the disastrous deal with Iran.”

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met on July 24 with the top brass of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), reportedly seeking to end a spate of disagreements that have been aired in public since Rouhani’s re-election.

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While the Trump administration asserts that Iran is violating the spirit of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran says the United States is violating the letter by trying to inhibit foreign business with the Islamic Republic and in particular, the return of tier one foreign banks.

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پس از شصت و چهار سال، پیامدهای کودتای ۱۳۳۲ در ایران همچنان در داخل و خارج از ایران مشهود است.

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Maryam Mirzakhani, the most prominent Iranian scientist of our times, just passed away from cancer at the age of 40. She was the first woman and the first Iranian to win the highest honor a mathematician can receive, the Fields Medal, also known as the Nobel prize of mathematics.

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On Aug. 5, Hassan Rouhani will officially start the second term of his presidency. Hossein-Ali Amiri, Rouhani’s vice president for parliamentary affairs, has said that three women have been asked to join the new cabinet.

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New York – Iran’s foreign minister chose a pivotal week to come to the United States to argue his country’s case before Americans.

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Sixty-four years on, the effects of the 1953 coup in Iran continue to resonate inside Iran and outside.

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