Iranian Tahdig recommended by New York Times
Recommending the “tahdig” as an Iranian delicacy worth trying to the readers, Sam Sifton writes in the New York Times What to Cook This Week about Samin Nosrat who, as a child, loved tahdig, which is what Iranians call the crisp and golden crust at the bottom of a pot of Persian rice.
Beheshtipour: Iran's hands are not tied on JCPOA
A nuclear expert in Iran has commented on US demands to amend the 2015 JCPOA nuclear agreement between Iran and P5+1 by saying: “Historically, the US was opposed to uranium enrichment by Iran under George W Bush. But, at a later date, it realized that this was not a viable policy. Thus, it seems the US will review its demands again.”
Mohammad Javad Zarif: Europe Must Work With Iran
On Sunday 10 December 2017, Iran’s top diplomat, Javad Zarif, writes in the New YorK Times: On a crisp morning in Vienna two summers ago, hours before concluding the nuclear deal with the United States, the European Union and five other world powers, I took to Twitter to write that the landmark accord was “not a ceiling but a solid foundation.”
25 former FMs support JCPOA
On 18 October 2017, the New York Times writes that in the latest indication of support, a group of 25 former foreign ministers said Wednesday in a letter to congressional leaders that the agreement was in the best interests of the United States.