US Iran Relations

Iran Nuclear Deal Opens a New Era for Peace and Dialogue With the U.S.

Mehrdad Loghmani | Posted 08.22.2015 | Canada Politics
Mehrdad Loghmani

For Iran, the rationale for the long march toward partnership can not be found in strategic alignment or expediency of politics alone, it runs much deeper; for many Iranians, America represents the new world, where individuals thrive on the merit of their skills and character, rather than old world feudal hierarchy.

The Obama-Rouhani Communication Efforts Are No Historic Breakthrough

Michael Ledeen | Posted 12.10.2013 | Canada
Michael Ledeen

The Bush Administration's efforts to strike a workable deal with the Islamic Republic were part of the pattern of American-Iranian diplomacy since the Revolution of 1979: lots of talking, but no bargain, grand or middling. It's almost an instant replay of the Clinton years. In 2000, Albright gave a speech that essentially apologized for past American behaviour towards Iran.

Is the Arab Spring Coming to an End?

Yoni Goldstein | Posted 11.24.2013 | Canada Politics
Yoni Goldstein

It's beginning to look like Iran could be the culmination of the Arab Spring, the moment when it all comes together, where the lessons learned -- by Arabs and by the West -- from this fascinating, frustrating, bloody battle are finally put to positive, lasting use.

Iran Touts Letters From Obama

CP | The Associated Press | Posted 11.16.2013 | Canada

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's foreign ministry says the letter exchange between Washington and Tehran included White House's congratulations on the election o...

The West's Latest Middle East Mess Up

Conrad Black | Posted 07.30.2012 | Canada Politics
Conrad Black

After decades of mistaken policy with the Middle East, the U.S. should do what's necessary to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power, and get rid of Assad and his sycophancy to Tehran. America has a very poor track record with the Middle East, and will simply, eventually, have to do better than this.