Camelia Entekhabifard's Articles

Iran and Qatar are conspiring to further their interests in Afghanistan at the expense of the Afghan people, writes Camelia Entekhabifard

If some Arab countries go along with Trump’s plan on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it is only because Iran has ramped up its threats towards its Arab neighbours

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei adopted a calmer tone in his Friday sermon last week in a bid to defuse some of the tension between Iran and the United States

The Mohamed Javad Zarif who signed the Iranian nuclear deal with the West is not the one operating today

Members of the Iranian regime have been discreetly reaching out to US politicians despite the official ban on US-Iranian negotiations

In New York last week for a conference at the UN, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamed Javad Zarif used the media as a way of talking to US President Donald Trump, writes Camelia Entekhabifard

A high-level delegation headed by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is visiting Iraq this week, to be followed by a further stop in Syria

Iran has been adopting various strategies to cope with the threats coming from the United States, but their success is by no means assured

This week saw the re-establishment of US sanctions against Iran, with as yet uncertain results

US President Donald Trump will need to tread carefully if the crisis over the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is not to benefit Iran

The 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly could be the most-watched in history because of the policies of the Trump administration

Iran will dominate the agenda of the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly in New York

Pressure is growing on Iranian President Hassan Rouhani from hardline elements within the regime and popular dissatisfaction with his government

It is a crucial time for the Iranian people as well as for the region with the expectation of important changes to come

Iran will either have to accept the reality of new US sanctions or enter into direct negotiations over a new nuclear deal

Iran is working hard to save its nuclear deal with the West despite America’s withdrawal, perhaps explaining its silence on the recent Israeli attacks on Iranian positions in Lebanon

Sporadic demonstrations against the rising cost of living in Iran have now escalated into calls for an end to the country’s Islamic regime