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Biden will be in hot water if this situation persists in 2024: political scientist 07 May 2022

Biden will be in hot water if this situation persists in 2024: political scientist

A professor at Princeton School of Public and International Affairs says that Joe Biden and Democrats may find it hard to defeat Trump if they fail to tame the inflation rate and reduce unemployment.

Biden internal weakness impedes JCPOA revival 25 Apr 2022

Biden internal weakness impedes JCPOA revival

Despite some European efforts to get the stalled talks in Vienna restarted, chances of resuming the talks remain low due to never-ending political bickering in the United States.

Can Biden Be Trusted? 06 Mar 2022
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

Can Biden Be Trusted?

When Joe Biden was elected as the U.S. President in a controversial presidential election in 2016, many pro-West politicians in Iran claimed that it is the best time for direct talks with the U.S. Administration because Biden is a moderate president and Iran can make a deal with him but Supreme Leader Seyed Ali Khamenei warned Iranians over trusting the West and any U.S. President and he cast doubt on Biden and despite the flexible approach in Vienna talks, Biden revealed his true nature as the U.S. President on Thursday he extended a national emergency against Iran for another year, in yet another act of bad faith as diplomats are engaged in the final stages of talks in Vienna.

Biden under fire for “theft” of Afghan’s frozen assets 14 Feb 2022

Biden under fire for “theft” of Afghan’s frozen assets

Afghans have staged protests against a decision by the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden to use $3.5 billion dollars of their country’s frozen assets to help settle lawsuits by the families of 9/11 victims.

Trump, Biden Destroying America’s Image 09 Feb 2022

Trump, Biden Destroying America’s Image

  Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei has criticized the incumbent U.S. president Joe Biden and the former president Donald Trump, saying they are tarnishing what is left of U.S. reputation.

Gun violence epidemic surges in Biden’s first year 25 Jan 2022

Gun violence epidemic surges in Biden’s first year

Gun violence prevention advocates were hopeful a year ago that the Biden presidency would make progress on gun control. 

Will $778 billion make America safer? 29 Dec 2021

Will $778 billion make America safer?

Following the chaotic U.S.-led withdrawal from Afghanistan in the summer after a 20-year military occupation, many had expected President Joe Biden to reduce military spending. Instead, Washington has done the opposite, which will come as a blow to Americans who argued there are greater problems to invest in at home.

U.S. Hegemony Approaching Its End 24 Nov 2021
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

U.S. Hegemony Approaching Its End

For years Iranian officials and also freedom-seekers in the world have claimed the U.S. is on the verge of decline and the U.S. hegemony is nearing its end but this claim has been mocked and some have accused Iranians and freedom-lovers in the world of living in delusion but events one after the other have bespoken of accuracy of this belief and prediction, and in recent proof to this prediction, a famous American political scientist has joined the Iranians to approve the U.S. hegemony is nearing its end.

Two-Faced Biden and the JCPOA 15 Nov 2021
By: Hamid Reza Naghashian

Two-Faced Biden and the JCPOA

For years the U.S. and administrations and presidents in this country have been trying to show the world that they are well-wishers and supportive of human rights and nations against despotic governments and regimes but they use this issue as a pretext to rule the governments, and their words and actions have been in contradiction.

Biden words aren’t enough on JCPOA 03 Nov 2021

Biden words aren’t enough on JCPOA

  As Iran and the West move closer to resuming the stalled Vienna nuclear talks, it becomes increasingly clear that Washington needs to unequivocally show its word would be respected in regard to its commitments under a revived nuclear deal with Iran.