UPDATED: The lavish praise over the Iran nuclear deal being heaped on EU foreign policy supremo Catherine Ashton, who failed to back the West during the Cold War, is itself a signal we should be deeply worried
The eager pursuit of Iran by Kerry and others is all too reminiscent of events concerning Nazi Germany, especially the infamous 1938 Munich agreement, now the symbol of inherent appeasement
With Hassan Rouhani's recent election, it is entirely possible that Britain could lead the way in terms of a diplomatic settlement to Iran's nuclear programme, argues John Watts
Hassan Rohani is indeed rational: He will continue to play for time, he will continue to strengthen Iran's economy, and he will continue to advance Iran’s nuclear programme
A penny for Bibi's thoughts on Hasan Rouhani? Lawrence J. Haas hazards a guess...
Iran will get the Bomb during Rouhani’s first term as president unless an effective diplomatic and military strategy is pursued. This is no time for naiveté about “moderates"
The Iranian nuclear threat is the most important global security issue of this generation. Current Middle Eastern trends will only make it worse
Israel's former military intelligence head Amos Yadlin has stated that Iran has crossed a nuclear "red line"
The gulf between Tehran’s intentions and the global community’s hopes of convincing it to change course is ever widening
The historical narrative paints a clear picture: Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons and shows no signs of being deterred
Our approach to stopping Iran's pursuit of nuclear weaponry is not working. To keep buying the line that it is, is to ignore a cascade of evidence to the contrary
A nuclear Iran would be a potential catastrophe. We must bear that in mind when we debate how to deal with the brewing crisis
Mehdi Hasan has a point: attacking Iran's nuclear programme could force it underground. But he has no argument as regime change may consequently be the only way to stop catastrophe
To say the Iranian issue is somewhat complex is an understatement of nuclear proportions. Indeed, the politics at play make the outlook overwhelmingly bleak
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