Uranium, missiles and flip-flops: A brief history of the fissions and fusions of US-Iran relations over the years
President-elect Joe Biden has expressed his readiness to restart negotiations with the Iran on the nuclear deal.
FinCEN files reveal names of Nepalis companies, banks involved in helping Iranian and Chinese firms avoid US sanctions
Several companies have allegedly faked documents and laundered money for Iranian and Chinese products to avoid US embargo.
Iran goes from threatening ‘isolation from Islam world’ to requesting India’s help to fight Coronavirus
Iran has emerged as the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic in West Asia, with more than 12,700 confirmed infections and over 600 deaths, including several senior government officials testing positive.
USCIRF, the commission that recommended denial of US visa to Modi, threats US sanctions against Amit Shah if CAB is passed
It is notable here that the USCIRF is the same body that had recommended the US government not to approve a tourist Visa for PM Narendra Modi after the Gujarat riots when he was the CM of the state.
Masood Azhar’s designation as global terrorist draws contradictory reactions from the usual suspects
Masood Azhar was designated as a global terrorist on the UN Sanctions List
India had earlier stated that it will continue to import oil from Iran despite sanctions.
This is the second time India defied the US in a week after it signed the S-400 missile deal with Russia