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Op-Ed: A new day for Iran?

Tehran - The Iran stand-off has evolved over 35 years and while the latest deal with Iran over its nuclear ambitions and the U.S.’s sanctions are not the end of it — it is a significant step in the right direction.

Op-Ed: Turkey revitalizes and reengages Iranian friendship

Spurred by the interim deal over Iran’s nuclear program, Turkey has seized the opportunity to show its regional prowess as it re-engages with an old friend.

Historic exchange between Obama and Iranian President Rouhani

New York - Iran and the United States ended 35 years of diplomatic dudgeon last night as President Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani chatted on the telephone then took to Twitter exchanging a series of cordial tweets.

Op-Ed: Can Argo’s Best Picture win stop war with Iran?

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has thrown down the Gauntlet to the Merchants of War and Death by presenting the Best Picture Award to "Argo," a movie reminding us that peace is the best way to save American lives.

In the wake of biting sanctions, Iran looks to Russia for help

In the wake of new sanctions imposed by the US-led Western coalition, Iranian leaders expect Russia to play a larger role in upcoming nuclear talks.

Op-Ed: U.S. officials claim Iran has agreed to one-on-one talks

New York - According to U.S. officials, Iran and the U.S. have agreed to one-on-one negotiations. The talks on Iran's nuclear program will take place immediately after the U.S. election the officials told the New York Times.

Rand Paul sole vote against U.S. Senate resolution on Iran

Washington - On Saturday (Sept. 22) the U.S. Senate voted 90 to 1 to pass a non-binding resolution that would prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. The lone senator voting against the resolution was Rand Paul, son of Ron Paul the well-known libertarian.

Op-Ed: Arab media views on war with Iran make WW3 sound very ordinary

Sydney - Middle Eastern perceptions of the threat of a war with Iran and those of the West are very different. Exactly how different can be seen in the speculation is appearing online in the region regarding the ramifications of a US/Iran war.

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