An interview with Thomas Pickering, a former US Ambassador to the United Nations
Jamaran.ir’s interview with Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Sadegh Kharrazi
An interview with William Luers, the Director of The Iran Project and Adjunct Professor at SIPA, Columbia University
An interview with Barbara Slavin, an analyst of Middle Eastern and Iranian affairs
An interview with Hooman Majd, an Iranian-American journalist and expert on Iranian affairs and US foreign policy.
An interview with Gary Sick, an American academic and expert on Iran-US relations
KhabarOnline: A former senior director of IAEA says the continuation of cooperation and talks with Iran over the country’s nuclear energy program is vital.
Mohammad Reza Norouzpour: When John Kerry was officially named the new Secretary of State, some analysts both inside and outside the United States felt a new development in the American foreign policy is impending
Barack Obama’s recent victory in the United States presidential polls has raised many questions about the future direction and orientation of Washington’s domestic and foreign policies.
Khabar Online: Barrack Obama was elected the president of the United States for the second term as the issue of Iran's nuclear program has remained unresolved within the framework of Washington's foreign policy.
The then US president Jimmy Carter accepted to meet the demands proposed by the Islamic Republic of Iran about 33 years ago, in order to begin negotiations with Iran and free the American hostages kept in the US embassy in the Iranian capital of Tehran, an Iranian former negotiator says.
Iran says there will be no talks between Tehran and the six major world powers of the P5+1 before the US presidential polls, Press TV reports.
Khabar Online:Saudi FM Saud AlFaisal has arrived to Los Angels for medical treatment after an intestinal surgury and a stroke.
“Reconciliation of Iran and US is the deep desire of Afghanistan’s officials” said Afghan Foreign Minister, Zalmai Rassoul.