Hassan Rouhani

To vote or not to vote: Iran’s election dilemma 

If Iranians in Canada want to vote in their election, they’ll have to cross the border to the U.S. But should they cast a ballot at all?

Canada finally takes a stand against Iran

Why it’s a good thing Dion-era capitulation to the Iranian terror state has dropped out of Ottawa’s foreign-policy priorities

The Iranian republic we don’t know

Behind the troubled regime is a nation desperate for change, having to make progress stealthily

America’s dangerous liaisons: Asking Iran to be a friend

Why Obama would want to expand the potential scope of co-operation with Iran—even if it makes old allies nervous

When dealing with Iran, don’t abandon those stuck living there

Why there is too much emphasis on nuclear capability


Iran’s empty promise to free political prisoners

In September, as newly elected Iranian president Hassan Rouhani was on his way to the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Iran said it would pardon and release 80 political prisoners.

Can Tehran be trusted?

After decades of hostility, Iran wants to make amends. It may be too late for real change.

When Obama (almost) met Rouhani

Iran and America consider a thaw


Iran’s incoming president Hassan Rouhani calls Israel a ‘wound’

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is on his way out of office, taking his anti-Semitic and homophobic views with him. And incoming president Hassan Rouhani already appears to be picking up the torch of anti-Semitism from his predecessor.