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We are at the most delicate and dangerous pivot since the end of the cold war. We find ourselves allied to the United States, France, Saudi Arabia and Qatar – to take but four – against Iran and Russia. The cockpit of this collision is the Syrian war.
As Dr Hassan Rouhani steps up to lead Iran, will his election make a real difference to a country where its security services truly hold the real power?
It is hard to be sure, but Dr Hassan Rouhani looks set to win the Iranian presidential election.
As Iranians head to the polls to choose their next president, Jon Snow – the only British journalist Tehran -asks if this could be a moment for radical change.
With few foreign journalists now based in Iran, the lack of information coming out has helped the western powers to demonise the government and the country itself.
On the surface, Tehran thrives. But the atmosphere in the run-up to the presidential elections is more sombre as Iran remains in a stalemate with the west over its nuclear programme.
60 years ago, I travelled down to London with my brothers for the Queen’s coronation. Little did I know that I would one day be peering out of the wooden box on which millions watched the
I’ve just had the honour of interviewing the former UN chief weapons inspector Dr Hans Blix, who told me that replacing Trident with a new nuclear deterrent was “a completely pointless
I may just have an E at economics A level, but some of the same ingredients that led to the economic crash in 2008 seem to be appearing again, and my financial contacts don’t disagree.