Traditions of the Kyrgyz people were being formed with the help of economic, trade, domestic and other relations with kindred and other tribes that were closely related to the geography of their ha...

After the coup of 19 March 1953 in the socio-political history of Iran there were fundamental changes: the powers of parliament were limited and the absolute power of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi was...

In the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran are two countries that claim to leadership in the region. With a powerful resources and political potential these countries are the...

Iran

08.01.2017

One of the main purposes of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) – to fight against international terrorism and to prevent it from penetrating the territory of the CSTO member countries – can only be achieved in close cooperation with Iran. This is due primarily to the fact that Iran has accumulated vast experience in countering international terrorism and extremism, as well as the aggressive policy of their sponsors, such as the United States and Saudi Arabia.

27.06.2013

Currently, a number of politicians in Washington urge America to unleash another war against Iran. This happens against the background of two wars, grueling for the USA and their economy, in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have been lasting for more than 10 years.

24.05.2013

Currently, a number of politicians in Washington urge America to unleash another war against Iran. This happens against the background of two wars, grueling for the USA and their economy, in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have been lasting for more than 10 years.

25.09.2012

Foreign policy - is a set of approaches and methods taken by the relevant structures of the particular state in its relations with other states or international organizations to achieve specific objectives identified as national interests of the state. The foreign policy pursued by a particular country may be the result of initiatives of this country or the retaliatory action against another country's initiatives.

24.09.2012

In early January the official Iranian sources reported about the end of ten-day large-scale naval exercises called "Velayat-90". They were held at the Straits of Hormuz, which is geographically the only way out into the open ocean from the Persian Gulf, and therefore it has a strategic importance. According to various estimates about 40% of sea-exports of petroleum and petroleum products, among which are active consumers - Europe and the USA, are transported through the transit corridor.

05.09.2012

The changes, taking place in the world arena at the beginning of the XXI century, forced the states of the world to reconsider its attitude to the world, and in particular to foreign policy. Economic globalization and liberalization of the principles and rules of the world trade had a tremendous impact on the domestic life and on the international situation in many countries, the objects of international politics. Policy in foreign trade should be one of the main directions of the foreign policy.

11.07.2012

Tough Western sanctions are forcing Iran to take drastic action and shut off wells at its vast oilfields, sinking production to levels last seen over two decades ago and costing Tehran billions in lost revenues, Reuters reported.

Iran struggled to sell its oil in the run-up to the European Union ban on July 1, yet it managed to sustain oilfield flows at lofty rates above 3 million barrels per day (bpd) by stashing unwanted barrels in tanks on land and on ships in the Gulf.

20.06.2011

Not so long ago, all the world's newswires were full of information about the events in the Middle East, where the revolutionary fiery lava swept all obstacles standing in its way, sparing neither awakened people, nor the ruling elite of the countries. Since the end of December and up to this day, Arab countries have become a hostage of this national disaster. The causes of unrests in the region are diverse and agitated in many guises, and they have both socio-economic and political overtones and religious roots, corresponding to the specific historical development of the countries.

04.05.2011

After the coup of 19 March 1953 in the socio-political history of Iran there were fundamental changes: the powers of parliament were limited and the absolute power of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi was restored with the help of the USA. Despite the pro-Western orientation, the Shah in the early 60s was put to serious tests. Inside the country he faced with the massive opposition political movements, and abroad he faced with the strong pressure in favor of reforms. John F. Kennedy, being the then U.S.

28.04.2011

In 1951-1953 Iran was involved in the second mass social movement. The struggle for the nationalization of oil, led by Mohammad Mosaddegh, caused a clash between the people and the Shah and there was antagonism of external forces. The coalition, supported by broad sections of rural and urban population, achieved considerable success at first, but soon it faced with the resistance of the internal forces and foreign intervention, and did not reach its goals.