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  • UN-Iran meeting on alleged nuke weapons work 'useful'

    A U.N. nuclear agency official probing allegations that Iran worked on atomic arms says talks in Tehran were "useful" and the sides have agreed to meet again next month. Tero Varjoranta says there was agreement to "speed up" the process, but gave no...
  • Report: Iran to allow inspectors access to disputed site

    Iranian state television is reporting that officials are again willing to give international nuclear inspectors access to a site where purported experiments on high explosives may have taken place. The site in question is Marivan, some 480 kilometers...
  • Netanyahu's disgraceful attack on Obama over Iran

    To the editor: I was sickened by the spectacle in Congress on Tuesday as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used every means possible to promote his own political credentials in Israel before the upcoming election. ("Netanyahu warns against Iran...
  • Netanyahu's strong warning to Congress — and Obama

    Netanyahu's strong warning to Congress — and Obama
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a blistering speech to Congress on Tuesday, raising images of the Holocaust and warning that an impending nuclear deal with Iran would be worse than no deal at all. Among his objections to the deal-in-...
  • US says Iran far off from a working nuke, others differ

    One burning question in the global effort to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power is this: How long would it take for the Islamic Republic to build a bomb? U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says up to six years. Others say two or three. The answer...
  • Netanyahu's fantasy about Iran

    Netanyahu's fantasy about Iran
    Benjamin Netanyahu came to the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday and offered an idea so simple and brilliant that everyone in the White House must have felt dumb for not thinking of it. His alternative to the imperfect deal the U.S. may strike with Iran? A...
  • Holding Iran to a nuclear deal may be a challenge

    To the editor: Michael Krepon may well be correct that the Iran nuclear deal in the works serves U.S. interests, but his endorsement exposes a chink that cannot be ignored — namely the challenge to hold Iran to the deal. ("The Obama administration...
  • Possible elements in an Iran nuclear deal

    U.S.-Iranian nuclear talks are the biggest source of tension in the relationship between President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The American leader is pushing for a framework deal with Tehran by the end of March and a...
  • Namibian president wins African leadership prize

    Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba has won the 2014 Ibrahim Prize for African leadership, the first African leader deemed worthy of the honor since 2011. While Africa's dictators and long-serving rulers garner much attention and news coverage, the $5...
  • Iran nuke talks resume amid contentious US-Israel debate

    As U.S. and Israeli officials sparred in Washington over the wisdom of a nuclear deal with Iran, negotiations on a potential agreement resumed Monday, with Secretary of State John Kerry saying the sides are still far apart and warning Israel's leader that...
  • The Iran end game

    It is clear we're approaching an end game in nuclear negotiations between six world powers the P5 plus 1 and Iran. Final negotiating maneuvers have commenced. Secretary of State John Kerry has said there will not be another extension beyond March 31...