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  • Iran's Zarif 'quite optimistic' of Iran nuclear agreement

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif voiced optimism after talks with European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton on Monday that a dispute over Tehran's nuclear program can be resolved by a Nov. 24 deadline. "I am...
  • Iran says possible response to new U.S. sanctions could not be 'pleasant'

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's possible response to new U.S. sanctions could "not be pleasant", its foreign minister said on Sunday, raising the prospect of tit-for-tat retribution against the Islamic Republic's old adversary weeks ahead of fresh nuclear talks....
  • Mogherini must win over doubters as EU foreign policy chief

    ROME (Reuters) - Federica Mogherini must show she has the experience and clout to succeed as the European Union's new foreign policy chief, just as her predecessor had to overcome a reputation as a diplomatic lightweight. The 41-year-old career...
  • U.S. slaps more sanctions on Iranian banks, firms

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Friday penalized a number of Iranian and other foreign companies, banks and airlines for violating sanctions against Tehran largely tied to its nuclear program. U.S. officials said it was sending a signal...
  • Hillary gets criticism from right and left on break with Obama

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton isn't running for president yet, but she's already learning that it's not easy running away from her former boss, even if he's unpopular. After spending a year and a half praising Barack Obama, the former secretary of state...
  • Backlash after Iran's Rouhani calls foes of nuclear deal 'cowards'

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani found himself in a political firestorm Tuesday, the day after he denounced his hard-line critics as “political cowards” who oppose his efforts to reach an agreement with the West over the country's nuclear...
  • Iran's supreme leader Khamenei: Nuclear talks with U.S. are 'useless'

    Iran’s supreme leader issued some of his toughest statements yet on international negotiations over his country’s nuclear ambitions, declaring Wednesday that talking to the Americans was “useless” and that nothing positive could...
  • Press freedom groups file petition to halt legal action against NY Times reporter

    WASHINGTON For six years James Risen, a reporter for The New York Times, has been battling prosecutors who want him to identify an anonymous source. And despite his setbacks, he's willing to keep fighting. "The real reason I'm doing this is for the...
  • Worries make life worth living

    My neighbor Babble was getting on my nerves. He was entirely too cheerful. There he was, a sparkle in his eyes and a spring in his step, traipsing about and whistling, "When the red, red robin comes bob, bob, bobbin' along." For shame, Babble, I...
  • Ukraine crisis sends NATO 'back to basics'

    PARIS (Reuters) - More than two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union brought an end to the Cold War, Ukraine's crisis is driving the U.S.-led defense alliance back to its original purpose: To protect its members against a perceived Russian...
  • Iran's leader appears unbending on core nuclear issues, say experts

    Iran's leader appears unbending on core nuclear issues, say experts
    Iran’s agreement last year to join international negotiations over its disputed nuclear program stirred a new debate about the country’s enigmatic supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Was the cleric an implacable revolutionary, as he...
  • Sanctions are not the way to change Russia's political behavior

    U.S. sanctions against Russia will not solve any political problems. American history shows that sanctions fail precisely because they don't change political behavior; sanctions against Russia will similarly prove ineffective. The United States has...