Recent events around Iran prove that Donald Trump was not joking when he threatened to punish the Islamic Republic.
Iran refused to fulfill part of its obligations under the “nuclear deal”. What will be the consequences of Tehran’s decision and how will the United States react to it?
The United States has made the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on the list of terrorist organizations.
Skeptics in Tehran who initially did not believe in Europe’s ability to withstand the sanctioning pressure of the “big Satan” of the United States and who doubted Tehran’s need to adhere to this comprehensive deal with Washington’s withdrawal from
The history of American pressure on Iran, and indeed on the entire Islamic world, has been around for more than a decade.
Before I delve into the heart of the matter, it is imperative to once again invoke the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) better known as the Iranian nuclear deal that was signed in July of 2015 by P5+1 (US, UK, France, Russia, China + Ger
On November 5, the “most powerful”, according to Donald Trump, United States sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) came into force.
The United Nations International Court of Justice issued a decision by which the United States undertakes to partially lift the sanctions against Iran.