Tag: Iran

The Iranian population is out of luck. In the presidential elections of 2013, then those of 2017, they had declared themselves ready for the opening…

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Speaking on July 22, in front of an audience of Iranian diplomats, President Rouhani held out half an olive branch to the United States. “America…

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A diplomatic meeting of crucial importance for the future of the European Union (EU) as a political entity was held in Brussels on Tuesday (yesterday)….

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Sovereignty. Not many of us used that word before the Brexit referendum campaign. Now it’s on everyone’s lips. But that doesn’t do much to help…

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It’s a bad deal. It’s the best deal we’re likely to get. These are essentially the positions being taken by the US and Europe respectively…

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President Obama’s two terms of office were marked by the search for consensus in International Relations. This yielded major diplomatic advances, such as the signing…

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This year, we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. It was Europe’s suicide, and after a relatively peaceful…

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This year, we will celebrate a chaotic fiftieth anniversary of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). All countries are signatories exception for India, Pakistan and Israel….

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