Analysts predict Iran could boost its oil exports by 1 million to 1.5 million barrels per day, or up to 1.5 percent of global supply, in six months, following international efforts to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.
Officials from world powers and Iran are meeting in the Austrian capital for the first time since March, when negotiations — which began in 2021 to reintegrate the United States into the agreement — stalled.
A fresh round of nuclear talks between Iranian and American diplomats has begun with a range of issues clouding the future course of these negotiations.
Joe Biden delivers tough talk on Tehran’s nuclear ambition, but takes a different approach from Israel as he begins his four-day Middle East tour.
A hydrocarbon-fueled political crisis at home is mainly driving the US president’s upcoming visit to the region.
Iran refuses to hold direct talks with its arch-foe, the United States, resulting in the "proximity" talks arrangement involving European Union envoy Enrique Mora.
Iran has chosen Qatar to host discussions with the US on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal that the then-president Donald Trump pulled the United States out off.
Tehran's reaction came as countries at an International Atomic Energy Agency meeting in Vienna voted to censure Iran for failing to cooperate over its nuclear programme.
Josep Borrell, the EU’s high representative for foreign policy, said an EU envoy visited Tehran this week for talks that had “gone better than expected”.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell seeks a “middle way” to end the impasse to revive Tehran's 2015 nuclear pact with world powers.
Time needed for Tehran to produce a nuclear weapon is down from about a year, Washington says.
Tehran's decision to move the facility comes as diplomatic efforts to restore Iran’s tattered nuclear deal appear stalled.
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