The Obama administration's fearmongering was particularly artful, for the president probably wouldn't have struck the Islamic Republic of Iran's nuclear facilities regardless of how many centrifuges were enriching uranium or whether a heavy-water, plutonium-producing reactor came online.
The Twitter troll who acts as the Iranian regime's foreign minister has arrived in New York, but his movements will be limited and closely monitored.
Regime apologists who have taken “exile” in the West claim that President Trump is an impediment to diplomacy between the US and the Islamic Republic. Khamenei claims negotiations with the US is forbidden by the Quran. How to be Iranian is this bewilderment?
When we say "regime change," we're talking about giving moral support to the Iranian people against a regime of greedy, fascistic religious fanatics that is oppressing them. This can be done in a whole variety of ways, starting with making them know we care about them and have no interest in talking to or negotiating with their oppressors who just want to play for time.
Sina Toossi's attack on Ahmad Batebi was especially abhorrent since it occurred near the 20th anniversary of student protests in Tehran.
یکی از توهمات خود خوشنود ساز بسیاری از منتقدین سیاست پریدنت ترامپ در قبال ایران این است که اقدامات وی موجب تضعیف میانه روهای رژیم جمهوری اسلامی میشود
By the Apadana Chronicle Editorial Board Former Iranian regime president and the leader of the so-called "reformist" faction, Seyed Mohammad Khatami, says increasing disillusionment of the Iranian people with reforms is strengthening the mentality of toppling the regime, emphasizing that this may ultimately lead to the triumph of the opposition movement. At a July 6 … Continue reading Mohammad Khatami: The Anti-Regime Opposition Might Succeed
Javad Zarif’s day is done. Sanctioning him might only boost his credibility to Iranian hardliners.
Administrations after administrations tried to reach deals with the Khomeinist regime in Iran in order to facilitate a peaceful coexistence with the theocratic dictatorship. But due to ideological nature of the regime, that goal was never achieved. The last and most aggressive attempt was under Obama that the mullahs cleverly kept restricted to nuclear activities so they didn't have to commit to any change of behavior.
Why are members of the Iranian regime's "reformist" faction among Prince Reza Pahlavi's harshest critics?