Wednesday 26th Sep 2018 

  • English
  • French
  • Deutch
  • Italian
  • Arab
  • Spanish
  • Albanian
  • English
  • French
  • Deutch
  • Italian
  • Arab
  • Spanish
  • Albanian

IAEA Should Discuss Military Dimensions of Iran Regime’s Nuke Programme

IAEA Should Discuss Military Dimensions of Iran Regime’s Nuke Programme

By Staff Writer

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) board of governors began their meeting in Vienna on Monday, September 10, and it should provide the perfect opportunity for a discussion about the potential military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear programme, especially following the recent discovery of an atomic archive in Tehran.

Hamburg Intelligence Agency Cites Iran Regime’s Nuclear Ambitions

Hamburg Intelligence Agency Cites Iran Regime’s Nuclear Ambitions

By Staff Writer

The Hamburg intelligence agency, which forms part of the German intelligence network, has issued a report about the Iranian Regime and its efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction.

This report contains yet more evidence from another German state that the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers has not helped to curb Iran’s nuclear weapons ambitions, as Chancellor Angela Merkel had hoped.

Iran: JCPOA Without the United States: Possible or Not?

JCPOA Without the United States: Possible or Not?

By Amir Taghati

Following US withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, aka JCPOA, Hassan Rouhani’s government turned to Europe to find a way for saving the deal by coming up with a European JCPOA.

Editorial: Khamenei’s Nuclear Dilemma

Khamenei’s Nuclear Dilemma

On Monday, the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader finally responded to the US decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.

Ali Khamenei’s remarks came nearly four weeks after President Trump announced that the US would no longer be a party to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and after European leaders were unable to offer the regime guarantees that US sanctions would not affect their trade relations.

Will European Companies Give in to Us Pressures Against the Iran Regime?

European Companies- Us Pressures Against the Iran

By Staff Writer

Following the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, many European countries began investing in Iran. Being threatened by new US sanctions, most of these companies are now going to succumb to US pressures.

The United States is going to impose ‘the strongest sanctions in history’ on the Iranian regime, as put by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The threat would imply that all companies and financial institutions that have entered into ‘forbidden business’ with the Iranian regime will also have to pay the consequences.

Contact Us

Copyright © 2018 NCRI - National Council of Resistance of Iran. All Rights Reserved.