Does the Iran nuclear deal herald the dawn of a new era in U.S.-Iranian relations? PBS NewsHour Chief Foreign Correspondent Margaret Warner met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani who said there is still a long road to travel.
By Larisa Epatko
A landmark agreement that clamps down on Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon makes the region, and particularly Israel, safer, said Secretary of State John Kerry in an interview airing on Friday’s PBS NewsHour.
After 18 long days and nights in Vienna -- and more than two years of talks -- weary foreign ministers gathered to announce a landmark Iranian nuclear agreement. President Obama said it meets his standards for a good deal, though…
By Larisa Epatko
Anticipating the tough road ahead in convincing Congress to back the Iran nuclear agreement, President Barack Obama said Tuesday he would “veto” any legislation that blocks the deal.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday that international sanctions against his country should be lifted the day the nuclear deal is implemented.
Monday was the deadline for a nuclear agreement with Iran, but instead of a deal there was a new extension. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani praised the progress so far, but some leading Republican senators…
By PBS NewsHour
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Friday that the government of Tehran is doing its “best” to handle the detention of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian, who was arrested with his wife on undisclosed charges in July.
U.S. efforts to garner regional support for fighting Islamic State militants, including an all-out effort this week by Secretary of State John Kerry, has hit a roadblock in Iran. It’s partly because the leadership isn’t convinced the U.S. government “was…
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