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Trump not capable of rallying global opinion against Iran: Moqaddam
US President Donald Trump administration cannot rally global opinion in favor of confronting Iran because of its incompetency and an increasingly non-American world order, said Arshin Adib Moqaddam, professor in global thought and comparative philosophies and chair of the Center for Iranian Studies at the London Middle East Institute.
FM urges Europe to defy US if Trump sinks nuclear deal
Zarif tells Guardian ‘Europe should lead’ to keep deal intact
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on Europe to defy US sanctions if the Trump administration torpedoes the international nuclear agreement with Tehran.
Trump’s election and its effects on the world
A conversation between Dr. Sajad Abedi, professor at Université Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth and Dr. Payam Mohseni. Dr. Payam Mohseni is Iran Project Director and Fellow for Iran Studies at the Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Actor: Greater global status awaiting Iran cinema
Iranian films counter negative propaganda By Sadeq Dehqan & Hamideh Hosseini
Park hopes Seoul, Tehran will write new chapters in history
By Maryam Salari South Korea’s president is expected to arrive in Tehran today on a three-day visit aimed at boosting mutual ties, becoming the first South Korean president to visit Iran since the nations established diplomatic ties in 1962. Park Geun-hye will be accompanied by Seoul’s biggest-ever traveling business delegation of over 230 executives during the visit. Local reports suggested the two countries are expected to seal deals worth $10 billion. Officials in Seoul say the primary purpose of the visit is economic as Korean companies eye deals in areas such as construction, autos and electronics. South Korea is also eager to boost its oil supply from Iran which used to account for 10% of its oil imports before sanctions were imposed. Iran Daily made an interview with President Park ahead of her landmark visit to Tehran.
Comparison between 'Suitcase' and absurd literature
By Maryam Ja'fari-Hesarlou* -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- The Iranian drama 'Suitcase' was written by Farhad Aiish in Persian for East Bay Iranian-American Darvag company which he helped found in 1985. The drama is about the Iranian community in the Bay Area in the 1980s. Aiish has since returned to Iran where he works in theater, TV and films. The drama is a generally intriguing show, at times comic, evocative or affecting. The script is more influenced by Eugène Ionesco than Jean-Paul Sartre, a French playwright and novelist. But 'Suitcase' uses Ionesco's absurdism to illuminate the experience of being displaced. Iran Daily conducted an interview with Ramin Nasser Nassir, the Iranian actor, director, author who also works in the theater world. He stars in Aiish products.
Poor pupils 'more likely' to get Oxford interview
Pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds are more likely to get an interview at Oxford University, its head of admissions had said.
Rouhani: Iran, US embassies could be reopened if Washington corrects mistakes
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said embassies of Iran and US could be reopened once Washington corrected the mistakes and apologize with the Iranian people.
UK told Swedes not to interview Assange in London
Recently revealed documents have shown that Britain was hindering efforts by Swedish authorities to question Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy where he has secured political asylum for the last three years.
Israel re-arrests nuclear whistle-blower over TV interview
The Israeli regime has once again detained nuclear whistle-blower Mordechai Vanunu, claiming that he violated the terms of his release from prison by taking part in a recent interview with a local TV station.
Ebtekar: Iran to work with Mideast powers for peace
Iran wants to work with other powers in the Middle East to promote peace following last month's nuclear deal, Vice-President Masumeh Ebtekar said.
Fuad Masum, from philosophy course to world of politics
Fuad Masum, who currently serves as Iraq’s president, has been a prominent figure in the domain of culture and politics. Like many current Iraqi politicians, the moderate Kurdish leader dedicated most of his life to fight for his country but he is not as known as his predecessor Jalal Talabani. Masum is a senior member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and a close aide of Talabani with whom he fought the former Baath regime. Iran Daily has conducted an interview with him at his home in Baghdad about his political life. The following is a translation of the interview.
Toddlers prepare for first big interview
Getting into good schools or universities is tough in many parts of the world, but in Hong Kong the pressure begins earlier.
North Korea slams Obama over The Interview release
North Korea has censured US President Barack Obama over the release of the film “The Interview,” which depicts an assassination of its leader Kim Jong Un.
Spider photobomb during BBC interview
This is the hilarious moment a spider photobombed Ed Balls during a BBC interview.

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