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US President Barack Obama has hailed Senate Democrats for blocking a resolution disapproving of the Iran nuclear agreement, a signature foreign policy achievement for his administration.

Published in Nuclear Energy

Democrats in the US Senate have blocked a Republican resolution to reject the nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries, delivering President Barack Obama a landmark foreign policy victory.

Published in Nuclear Energy

As Iran’s nuclear issue is resolved following a historic agreement with the global powers, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has called for the establishment of a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East.

Published in Nuclear Energy

Leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has denounced the American officials who negotiated the Iran nuclear agreement as "incompetent", saying the United States will get "nothing" from it.  

Published in Nuclear Energy

US Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton says she would not hesitate to launch a war against Iran should the Islamic Republic violate the nuclear agreement.

Published in Nuclear Energy
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 11:08

Trump: I will renegotiate nuclear deal with Iran

US presidential candidate and Republican front-runner Donald Trump says he would renegotiate the nuclear accord with Iran if he is elected to the White House.

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The last remaining undecided US Democratic senator joins the other 41 supporters of the Iran nuclear agreement who have already gained enough power to potentially filibuster Republican push to reject it.

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Fifteen US Republican governors have vowed to take measures to keep state sanctions against Iran in place after Tehran and the world powers clinched a historical agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

Published in Nuclear Energy

Leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has broken away from the GOP pack on the Iran nuclear agreement, saying if he becomes the US president, he will strictly enforce the Vienna accord.

Published in Nuclear Energy
Saturday, 05 September 2015 06:22

US Congressmen continue to support JCPOA

If the supporters of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) succeed in winning the support of 41 American senators out of a 100 senators; the resolution which urges the study of the Joint Action Plan will not be put to vote in the US Senate. Up until Thursday evening, Washington’s local time, 37 senators had voiced their agreement with the nuclear conclusion. In other words, if 4 more senators join the supporters of the joint action plan, the US Congress may be unable to announce its view on this topic of importance after months of controversy over the nuclear negotiations.

Published in Iran