Islamic Revolution Leader Clarifies Ongoing Issues in Azerbaijan Speech
International Strategist: Iran's Accomplishments Should be Respected in New Round of Talks
Pakistani Daily: Iran A Role Model for Pakistan to Resist US Pressure//US Origin of Terrorism in Region
A Global Movement for Change
A Global Movement for Change
Next week, world leaders gather for a momentous occasion — the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro.
Islamic Microfinance: A Model for Alleviating Poverty
By Tasnim Nazeer
Half-a-Trillion-Dollar Halal Industry Looks for Credibility
by: Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
Former US Diplomats:
Washington Should Learn Lessons from Failures in Dealing with Iran
The United States should learn a lesson from the failures of its previous wars and resolve its disputes with Iran with diplomacy instead of threats of war that could lead to disasters, two former senior diplomats wrote in a leading U.S. newspaper.
Virtual Embassy or A Center for Penetration and Sabotage?
Dr. Mahmoud R. Amini
Forbes Regards EU Sanctions on Iran a Silly Idea
Forbes on Sunday issued an essay by Tim Worstall emphasizing that EU's policy on posing sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran's crude oil is a mere silly idea.
Food Crisis Emerges as Global Threat
by: Iwan J Azis, head of the Asian Development Bank's Office of Regional Economic Integration
UN Warned G-20:
The Clock Ticks
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in an essay warned against world population growth and resulting the economic uncertainties.
Iran’s Oil Bourse Fades American Capitalist Glow
Iran is working on a program that could help undermine the dollar's preeminence as the world's reserve currency.
Reasons Behind Iran's Subsidy Plan
While Western Media spare no effort to demonize Iran over the subsidy plan, there are several strong reasons behind act which should be addressed.
Ankara not Bound to US-led Sanctions against Tehran/ Turkey Willing to Coexist with a Nuclear Iran
Turkish daily Today's Zaman reported that despite the pressure by the United States and its allies, Ankara will not bond to their unilateral sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
OPEC; A Key Influence on Oil Markets at 50
OPEC, marking its 50th anniversary Tuesday, remains a key influence on oil markets with non-OPEC output set to fall and consumers burning fossil fuels despite higher demand for renewable energy.
Iran, Russia, China to Forge a New Energy Axis This Year
Sustained Growth in Agriculture Sector Vital for Global Food Security
Deutsche Bank Study
Geothermal Power Technology Green to the Core
Wind Power in Iran
In 2008, Iran generated 85 megawatts of electricity from wind power, being ranked 30th in the world.
Food Crisis and Land Investment in Developing Countries
International Food Policy Research Institute
The Wildland Fire Problem
An Integrated Approach to Reduce Fire Losses
Has oil replaced gold as the best 'anti-dollar' hedge against currency weakness?
By: Martin Li
Power from Wind to Energy
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Two New Perochemical Plants Coming Online in Iran
Iranian Gas Field to Attract $16 Billion in 10 Month for Development
Iran, Norway Discuss Energy Ties
Iran's Top Negotiator Arrives in Istanbul to Meet P5+1 Representative
Iran Presidential Election to be Held in 120 States Worldwide
Iran to Start Construction of 6 Refineries in African States
Islamic Revolution Leader Calls for Defending Islamic Discourse on Women
Iran Presidential Election Registration Enters Final Day
Islamic Revolution Leader Hails Iran's Scientific Progress
Iranian Foreign Minister Meets Syrian President
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