Iran-US nuclear deal | The Daily Star
  • Nuclear power

    Iran to start building advanced centrifuges

    Iran begins work on infrastructure to build advanced centrifuges at its Natanz facility but will adhere to its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, the director of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organisation Ali Akbar Salehi says today.

  • Obama calls Trump’s decision to leave Iran deal a ‘serious mistake’

    Former President Barack Obama calls President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran deal a “serious mistake” that will erode America’s global credibility.

  • Obama Calls Trump’s Decision To Leave Iran Deal A ‘Serious Mistake’

    Former President Barack Obama calls President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran deal a “serious mistake” that will erode America’s global credibility.

  • Rouhani says plans in place for any Trump decision on nuclear deal

    President Hassan Rouhani says on Sunday Iran has plans to respond to any move by US President Donald Trump on the 2015 nuclear agreement and the United States would regret a decision to exit the accord.

  • Nuke Deal and the emerging security paradigm for Middle East

    Post World War II power balance between Zionist Israel and Arab-Persian Muslim countries, who considered Israel as a “pushed in state” in Middle East, is now being replaced in the post-Iran treaty era by an emerging strategic balance between Iran on one side, and Israel plus Gulf Arab countries on the other side.

  • The Iran debate

    Critics of the upcoming accord have pointed out that Iran will not play by the rules and may continue a covert programme for uranium enrichment outside designated nuclear facilities covered under the agreement.


    From the Iranian perspective, optimists see Iran's gains in a number of ways. The ailing economy of Iran which was caused by western sanctions will now get a chance to improve.

  • Erdogan's war and US myopia

    The Obama Administration, which defied the hawkish opposition at home and abroad and signed the historic Nuclear Deal with Iran, seems to have condoned President Erdogan's military operation in Iraq.


    Bridging the gap between Iran and the West would help soften Iran's present voice against Israel through a possible political and social transformation in favour of the West.

  • Landmark deal with Iran

    After the marathon 18-day Vienna talks a historic deal was signed on Tuesday between Iran and six global powers -- the US, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany.

  • Iran neuclear deal

    The changing dynamics of power in the Middle East

    POLITICAL develop-ments in the Middle East are changing and dynamics of realpolitik is at play on the heels of Tehran's recent framework

  • Iran's nuclear deal

    AFTER 18 months of gruelling negotiations, Iran and the P-5+1 (United States, France, Britain, China, Russia—and Germany) reached a

  • Carl Bildt

    Why Europe Backs Obama on Iran

    ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems close to ordering a general mobilization of his country's military, and Republicans in the United States are preparing for a ferocious battle with President Barack Obama's administration, in the wake of the framework nuclear agreement with Iran.

  • Iran Nuclear Deal

    The Future of the Iran Nuclear Deal

    THERE'S many a slip twixt the cup and the lip,” goes the old English proverb.

  • Iran president vows to abide by deal

    Iran's president, vows he will abide by the terms of the preliminary nuclear agreement the country signed with six world powers, where Iran will curb nuclear activities in return for relief from sanctions.