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Gallup:Iran No Longer Number One Enemy

            Half as many Americans view Iran as the United States’ greatest enemy as did two years ago, according to a new Gallup pol

Iran Oil Exports Up 26 Percent from 2012

             Iran’s oil exports increased by 180,000 barrels per day in September 2013, according to Tags: China, India, Japan, Oil, Sanctions, Reports

Rouhani Meets Russian, Chinese Leaders

            President Hassan Rouhani met with his Russian and Chinese counterparts in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on September 12 and 13.

Iran Expanding Naval Power

      Iran is expanding

Kerry’s Past Comments on Iran

            On December 21, President Barack Obama nominated Senator John Kerry to be the Secretary of State during his second term.

China’s Oil Cutbacks may be only temporary

Erica Downs

Ties Grow Between Iran and China

The following is an excerpt from a new report by Alireza Nader and Scott Harold entitled “China and Iran: Economic, Political, and Military Relations” issued May 3, 2012 by the Rand

Tags: China, Reports

Iran’s Growing Dependence on China

       The Atlantic Council has issued a new report entitled “Iran Turns to China, Barter to
Survive Sanctions.” The following is an

Six World Powers Statement on Iran

          On June 9, the world’s six major powers – Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States—issued the followi

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