“Borrell’s statements are just empty words”: Daughter of Iran prisoner wants stronger EU action
Mariam Claren is campaigning for the release of her mother who was been held in the notorious Evin prison in Iran since 2020. Are European governments doing enough?
“Russia sanctions will remain in place for a long time”: EU Sanctions Envoy David O’Sullivan
INTERVIEW: The former senior European Commission official is tasked with overseeing the implementation of restrictive measures. EU Watch sat down with him for an interview.
“There is a lot more the EU can do vis-à-vis Iran” | A view from Washington
The European Union should list Iran’s Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organisation, argues the Middle East expert Matthew Levitt
German expert says most European states still prioritise NATO over EU
Nicolai von Ondarza of Germany’s SWP think-tank about European Union’s role and effectiveness in security and defence.
German MEP urges EU states to expel Iranian ambassadors
Dietmar Köster doesn’t mince words on what the European Union should do towards Iran in an interview with EU Watch.
EU adopts ninth Russia sanctions package
The measures are aimed at a range of economic sectors and also include almost 200 new individuals and entities subject to asset freezes and travel bans.
“Awful timing”: Hungary to deepen relations with Iran
European lawmaker Katalin Cseh criticizes the Orbán government’s move to deepen relations with the Iranian regime.
More sanctions on Iran are coming – but are they enough?
The European Union is preparing a new sanctions package over Iran’s brutal suppression of protestors. How effective are the EU’s restrictive measures?
Asselborn: “Europe has no Plan B for Iran”
Luxembourg’s foreign minister Jean Asselborn about EU sanctions against Iran and the future of the nuclear agreement.