Iran's Supreme Leader is paranoid about the intentions of both Democrats and Republicans and he believes the United States can never be trusted.
Iran is known to be sponsoring assassination attempts against opponents in Europe and other plots without facing any tough reaction by the EU.
Iran's government has dealt with the COVID-19 crisis from the prism of regime's interests rater than the well-being of the people and national interests.
The Islamic Republic has been freely executing criminals and political opponents in its 41-year history, instead of trying to solve social problems.
Laws in the Islamic Republic of Iran have robbed women of their progress in attaining basic rights and a measure of equality. Western feminists should avoid relativism and judge the situation as is.
The U.S. is allowed to trigger the "snapback" option against Iran, but it is better that all nations support the U.S. position.
Former U.S. negotiator with Iran says any attempt to trigger a "snapback" of UN sanctions on the Islamic Republic can have serious consequences.
If the Trump administration continues its campaign to extend the arms embargo on Iran, it might be forced to revert to the "snapback" option at the UN, which will be full of pitfalls.
The Islamic Republic expressed outrage at the death of George Floyd and solidarity with anti-racist protesters in the U.S., but it hypocritically continues cruel treatment of its dissidents.
The coronavirus crisis has not altered Iran's foreign adventures, which have continued unabated and expected to persist in the near future.
Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Islamic Republic of Iran's approach to news dissemination about the epidemic has been one of chaotic management, secrecy and lies.
The coronavirus crisis may eventually usher in a renaissance in the Islamic Republic of Iran, which has mishandled the fight against the epidemic.