Tuesday, June 18, 2024

EDITORIAL: Kayhan Publishing Celebrates Its 80th Birthday

By Kayhan Life Staff Dr. Mostafa Mesbahzadeh established Kayhan Publishing 80 years ago in Tehran. The first issue of the Kayhan daily came out on May 27, 1942. The parallel existence of this historic newspaper both...

OPINION: Iran Could Profit From Its Natural Gas Resources, Export Electricity

By Dr. Taghi Alereza Iran, after Russia, has the largest natural gas reserves in the world. Due to a number of issues, however, the country has not been able to benefit from these vast resources. Iran...

OPINION: Analyzing Surveys of Iranians on Social Media

By Elahe Boghrat Editor-in-Chief, Kayhan London The interconnected global technological environment, better known as cyberspace, provides a viable vehicle for the computer-literate and educated segments of society to express their social, political and cultural views, particularly...

OPINION: A Brief History of Iran-Israel Cooperation

By Reza Parchizadeh Since its establishment nearly forty years ago, the Islamic Republic of Iran has maintained a hostile stance towards Israel. The phrase “wiping Israel off the face of the earth” has always been...

OPINION: The U.S. Move to ‘Snapback’ UN Sanctions will lead to Disappointment for the...

By Bahram Ghiassee The Trump Administration, in line with its policy of exerting maximum economic, diplomatic, and political pressure on Iran, on 20 August 2020, invoked the so-called ‘Snapback’ provisions of the UN Security Council...

OPINION: Iran Lacks Coherent Strategy to Fight Pandemic; Employees at Risk 

By Roshanak Astaraki It has been 42 days since the first cases of the COVID-19 emerged in Tehran and the holy city of Qom. Yet despite the creation of the National Headquarters for Fighting Coronavirus,...

OPINION: Revolutions Are Unfolding in Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon

By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed, Asharq Al-Awasat Newspaper While recent civil unrests in Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon were initially triggered by the dire economic conditions in these countries and people’s desire to free themselves from the grips...

Why Is Japan’s Abe Going to Iran? What Can He Accomplish?

By Kiyoshi Takenaka and Aaron Sheldrick TOKYO, June 7 (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is due to visit Iran next week in an apparent mediation mission to ease tension between Iran and the United States. Following are some...

OPINION: Charity Begins at Home

By Potkin Azarmehr Spontaneous campaign by Iranians, binning and destroying regime run charity donation boxes that they believe are spending their donations in Gaza. Throughout the December protests in Iran, one common chant by the...

OPINION: Iran Economic Crisis Underpins ‘No to Islamic Republic’ Campaign

By Roshanak Astaraki In recent days, many Iranians inside and outside the country have joined an online campaign titled “No to the Islamic Republic,” launched earlier this month by some 600 Iranian political dissidents, activists,...