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Iran’s influence peddling at the European Parliament

The Iranian dictatorship is able to use the services of agents disguised as “political advisors” to serve the interests of a foreign and hostile power that is out to undermine the very core of European democracy.

Recurrence of uprisings in Iran highlights missing factor in Western policy

The Islamic Republic of Iran has been a uniquely difficult area for American and European foreign policy since the Islamist dictatorship was established in...

An EU diplomatic ‘bâdgir’ in Vienna: The Iran nuclear deal 2.0

When things get hot, you look to cool them down. Persian culture is too familiar with heat with scorching Middle East temperatures. One of...

China tensions, Iran nuclear talks support oil price hike

Oil prices traded close to a three-year high on June 24, supported by geopolitical tensions, including China and Iran, falling US inventories and prospects...

Open letter to European leaders on Iranian elections

Dear Josep Borrell, Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel:On Friday, June 18th, the Islamic Republic of Iran held its thirteenth presidential election since the...

Iran’s election is about succession

Change will not come after Iran’s next presidential election on June 18. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei will remain the supreme decision-maker both before...

No discounts on the EU’s fundamental values

Alexander Schallenberg has been Austria's Federal Minister for European and International Affairs in the second Sebastian Kurz government since January 2020. He previously served...

US wants Iran nuke deal reinstated, but tied to safeguards

US President Joe Biden says that restoring the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as 'the Iran nuclear deal', must be followed...

Elections in Iran: Former IRGC commander emerges as a top contender

In June, the Iranian people will head to the polls to elect a new president after Hassan Rouhani's term in office comes to an...

EU frets, Iran plans 60% uranium enrichment after nuke site attack

The European Union said Brussels is extremely worried by Iran’s deputy foreign minister announcement that the regime in Tehran will start enriching uranium at...

Biden’s narrow timeline to get tough on Putin

On March 2, President Joe Biden’s administration, together with the United Kingdom and the European Union, announced new sanctions against Russia over last summer's...

US walks alone in Iran sanctions, EU goes other way

The European Union remains committed to implementing the Iran nuclear deal as a matter of respecting international agreements and of the bloc’s shared international...

EU's top diplomat in Washington for talks on transatlantic relations

EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell will travel for the first time after assuming his new post, to Washington on...

EU's top diplomat in Iran to de-escalate tensions

Josep Borrell, EU's top diplomat visited Iran's capital Tehran on Monday with the aim of conveying the EU’s strong commitment to preserve the nuclear deal. Borrell’s mission...

Bilateral cooperation, Palestine peace talks top EU-Jordan meeting

EU's Foreign Policy chief Josep Borrell, in his first trip to the Middle East after he assumed his position as High Representative for Foreign...

UK, France, Germany pull diplomatic trigger on Iran deal dispute

Nearly a week after Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing everyone on board, France, Germany and the UK...

Despite EU measures, US sanctions against Iran to drive oil prices higher

Oil prices are likely to rise as traders worry that US sanctions against major oil producer Iran will lead to a tighter market towards...

Oil prices likely to rise as US plans to officially pull out of Iran deal

US President Donald J. Trump has said the United States will pull out of a nuclear agreement with Iran and any company dealing with...

Strange bedfellows: Iran sanctions, EU posturing and volatile oil markets

Oil prices remained near three and a half year highs on May 11 as the United States plans to reintroduce sanctions against Iran after...

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