Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif calls for “dignity” and “respect,” but makes no direct mention of the uranium …
Updated at 3:48 p.m., Oct. 1
Benjamin Netanyahu began his career in politics talking toward the glossy black eye of the television camera. With no particular background in the give-and-take of retail politics back home in …
With three days of campaigning left, Iran’s presidential election suddenly gets interesting
Paraguay’s new president needs to tackle the country’s poverty, continued hikes in food prices could destabilize Iran before its presidential election and North Korea has rejected U.S. calls to show it’s serious about abandoning …
The U.N. signs the first treaty to regulate the global arms trade, Malaysia will have a general election later this month, and the world’s poorest countries said they will commit to cutting their greenhouse gas emissions
Though Syria will not be discussed when the West and Iran sit down for nuclear talks, it is likely to be part of the unresolved calculus of power in the region
“A decade of war in now ending,” President Barack Obama told Americans on Monday, vowing to “show the courage to try and resolve our differences with other nations peacefully – not because we are naive about the dangers we face, …
As the exchange rate of the rial collapsed, the center of Iran’s commerce shut down in protest — and the uprising is spreading
Blame sanctions, says Ahmadinejad, of Iran’s economic chaos. Blame Ahmadinejad, say the protesters — and supporters of the Supreme Leader
Though you wouldn’t guess it in an election year, the rest of the world increasingly does not need American leadership to guide the way.
To improve security and traffic during the Non-Aligned Movement conference, the Iranian capital gave itself a five-day holiday and kept its residents off the streets
Israel’s quandary over the rising Iranian nuclear threat, Indian and Pakistani leaders meet and unusually critical commentaries in China’s state-run media.