U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration seems to be embroiled in too many crises, small and large, both domestically and overseas, which, compounded by an adversarial (if not outright antagonistic) GOP in the Congress, might keep him from making any meaningful, let alone substantial change. Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick*, a professor of history, does Biden have the political intention, will or capital to meaningfully reverse anything which needs be reversed for the benefit of Americans?
America’s unipolarity train has left the station
Peter Kuznick*, a professor of history, once talked about the U.S. need “to fundamentally reverse its policies at home and abroad” for the benefit of Americans. Iran Daily asked him to elaborate on the reversals he has in mind?
U.S. facing several crises requiring a reversal of policy
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi is set to arrive in Moscow today on a state visit for talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. The trip that comes hot on the heels of Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian’s visit to China last week, is a striking example of Iran’s “Look to the East” policy under the incumbent government. Raeisi’s visit and his meeting with Putin, along with MoUs and agreements that are expected to be signed, are assessed to be of critical importance for Iran, both politically and economically. In an exclusive interview with Iran Daily, head of the Iran-Russia parliamentary friendship group Ebrahim Rezaei said the Raeisi administration seeks to “diversify Iran's foreign policy portfolio”. The interview follows:
Raeisi’s visit to Russia sends a message of Iran’s ‘Look to the East’ policy: MP
Some observers argue that former U.S. president Donald Trump’s presidency somehow represented an isolationist element of American politics. To what extent, if any, do you agree with that argument, Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick* who is professor of history.
War criminals Trump and Netanyahu got in bed together
Can we be really hopeful that it was Donald Trump’s only term in the office, Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick*, a professor of history. After all, the sentiments into which he tapped seem to be rather reinforced.
Trump’s victory in future elections possible
IRAN DAILY: Almost five years ago, at the very beginning of former US president Donald Trump’s presidency, Peter Kuznick*, a professor at the American University, told in an interview that Trump, among other things, “is a rash, impulsive, unpredictable, and unstable human being.” We asked him how does he see Trump’s (hopefully only) term in the office? Did he live entirely up to his prediction?
Trump was an embarrassment to human species
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian is set to meet his Chinese counterpart during a visit to that country on Friday. China is among important countries in the Iranian government’s “Look to the East” approach. A long-term strategic agreement between the two nations, Iran’s talks with the P4+1 in Vienna and pursuing a multipolar world strategy against a unipolar outlook are expected to top the agenda of the two ministers’ negotiations.
Ex-Iranian envoy: China a reliable power for Iran
Movses Keshishian, an Iranian-Armenian journalist
By Amir Mollaee Mozaffari and Zohreh Qanadi*
Iran is a land that cannot be unloved

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