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Saudi Arabia versus Iran

...Iran no longer publicly calls for the extermination of Israel, but Israelis still regard Iran as posing the greatest threat to its existence in the Middle East....
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Putin Decision to Withdraw Forces from Syria Is a Betrayal of Iran

It seems that most Western elites and politicians believe that Iran and Russia have an amiable relationship and that Tehran and Moscow confide in each other thoroughly....
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Is Iran Still Israel’s Top Threat?

How the nuclear agreement looks in the country where its consequences are the gravest...
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Kennedy: 'Pipeline War' Is at the Roots of Syrian Crisis

TEHRAN (FNA)- [U.S. Attorney General Robert] Kennedy writes that the US decided to remove Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power after he refused to back a Qatari gas pipeline project. Sputnik also touched upon US foreign policy, the refugee crisis and why Donald Trump would be a better president than Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio....
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Follow Iran's Money

Throughout the two-year negotiation with Iran that produced the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) agreed in July 2015 between Iran and the P5+1, the Obama Administration kept Congress in the dark about the substantive package of mutual undertakings being negotiated at the talks....
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Fleeting Chimera: No prosperity for Iran after nuclear deal — Spengler

As a matter of arithmetic, Iran is flat broke at the prevailing price of hydrocarbons....
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The Obama Boom

Do you remember the “Bush boom”? Probably not. ...
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Mohammad Javad Zarif: Saudi Arabia’s Reckless Extremism

...President Rouhani has repeatedly declared that Iran’s top foreign policy priority is friendship with our neighbors, peace and stability in the region and global cooperation, especially in the fight against extremism.......
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What Would a Saudi-Iran War Look Like? Don’t look now, but it is already here

When asked to address the question of what a Saudi-Iran war would look like, my first instinct is to ask the reader to look around because it is already happening....
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Why it may suit Iran to let the Saudis win in Yemen

Analysis: For outside powers, the Yemen crisis is part of a balancing act, with the nuclear deal at its heart...
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