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Banafsheh Khanoush writes that Iran is sending signals that it is eager to restart negotiations and make concessions on its nuclear program.Posted on: Apr 28, 2013
Banafsheh Keynoush is a US-based independent scholar and private-sector consultant.
Iran’s hard-line leaders may be ready to deal with the US, but that does not mean Tehran will compromise on all of Washington’s demands. A former political adviser to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told Al-Monitor: “We’ve learned from experience the best approach with the Americans is to hold our ground.”By: Banafsheh KeynoushPosted on: Nov 12, 2012
Like Iran, Saudi Arabia must “fish in muddy waters” for a while, and when its interests are firmly hooked, it can shape regional currents in its favor and leverage other players including Iran. The kingdom does not like playing the same games as Iran, but the stakes are too high to withdraw from engaging Iran, Banafsheh Keynoush writes for Al-Monitor.By: Banafsheh KeynoushPosted on: Sep 12, 2012
Iran sees its chairmanship of the Non-Aligned Movement as a three-year window of opportunity to pursue several goals through its signature blend of pragmatic and subversive foreign policies: defeat international sanctions, resolve the Syrian conflict to its advantage and win support for its nuclear agenda, writes Banafsheh Keynoush.By: Banafsheh KeynoushPosted on: Sep 04, 2012
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