• 2023-01-07

    International community accuses Iran of using court-sanctioned executions as 'a key component' of government's 'effort to suppress protests'

  • 2023-01-06

    As Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative enters its 10th year, a strong Sino-Russian geostrategic partnership has revitalized the BRI across the Global South.

  • 2023-01-05

    President Ebrahim Raeisi has hailed Iran's achievements in the space industry, saying the rapid progress in the field has proved the failure of Western sanctions and plots to isolate the Islamic Republic.

  • 2023-01-05

    There are honest ways to criticize the Iranian government, but the media chose to whip up a frenzy with unverified and false stories

  • 2023-01-05

    Ashgabat can play a key role in facilitating the energy security of Iran and others. Energy trade between Iran and Turkmenistan has grown in recent years. Tehran cannot begin importing larger quantities of Turkmenistani natural gas until it pays off its outstanding $1.8 billion debt with Ashgabat.

  • 2023-01-04

    The Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, met with a group of prominent Iranian women on Wednesday and addressed a variety of issues related to women.

  • 2023-01-04

    Moscow and Tehran signed a contract on Wednesday to build a vessel based on an order by the regional office of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Line Group (IRISL) located in Solyanka, a port near the Russian city of Astrakhan, Iranian media reported.

  • 2023-01-03

    The vice-president of Iran spoke with Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia, in Brazil

  • 2022-12-29

    Credit Suisse contributor Zoltan Pozsar has continued his ongoing series about Bretton Woods III where commodities will dictate the new world order. For his last dispatch of the year, he described how the world is now shifting to a multipolar order “being built not by G7 heads of state but by the ‘G7 of the East’ (the BRICS heads of state). BRICS stands for the group of five nations: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. But Pozsar said that with the poised expansion via rumored applications for Saudi Arabia, Turkey, or Egypt, he took the liberty to round up the current “G5.”

  • 2022-12-28

    Consequent upon the Ukraine war, as the Sea of Azov becomes an inland sea for Russia, bracketed by the Crimean Peninsula and the mouth of the River Don, the sea and rail networks of the region extend to Iranian hubs on the Caspian Sea and ultimately lead to the Indian Ocean. A feature article in Bloomberg last week titled Russia and Iran Are Building a Trade Route That Defies Sanctions brings to centre stage this “sanctions-busting” project in the region.