Rouhani's Third Trip to New York : A New Challenge

After he took advantage of his three previous trips to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to restore Iran's international position, the Iranian president sees his most important mission ahead on September 20th in New York.

18 heads of State, 40 Ministers of Foreign Affairs Have Already Visited Tehran since July 2016

The JCPOA has boosted economic opportunities, attracting foreign companies to Iran

Who Will Challenge Rouhani in the Next Presidential Election?

The newspaper Shargh has released a list of the Conservatives who might run for president in 2017.

Ali Larijani and the shifting of Iranian politics to the center

The re-election of Ali Larijani as the speaker of the Parliament is a sign of Rouhani’s victory in the last parliamentary elections. It consequently strengthens the idea that the center of gravity of Iranian politics is shifting towards the center.

An Iranian campaign : how to score big without time, money or media

Iranian reformists won big. The coalition led by current president Hassan Rouhani and former presidents Hashemi Rafsanjani and Mohammad Khatami secured at least 85 seats at the Majles.

An Iranian president in Paris

The Iranian president's trip to France was undeniably a major communication success. He will need this success to tackle the many challenges awaiting him at home.

Pakistan’s mediation role between Iran and Saudi Arabia

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif arrives in Iran today from Saudi Arabia. In Riyadh on Monday and Tuesday in Tehran, successive interventions aim to ease tensions between the two countries.

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