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Topic - Pirooz Mojtahedzade
In his first news conference after re-election, President Obama said there was still time for a diplomatic solution on Iran's nuclear program and that Iran could enjoy "peaceful nuclear power" if it meets international obligations.
"I have no doubt that the U.S. desires negotiations. We must remember the promises by Obama in his first four years to change U.S. politics internally and externally to address international matters peacefully, including Iran's nuclear energy program through negotiations and peaceful means," Mr. Mojtahedzade said.
Professor Pirooz Mojtahedzade, who teaches political geography at Tehran University, said in a recent interview, "Perhaps one reason for Obama's success in his re-election campaign was his opposition to the warmongering Prime Minister [Benjamin Netanyahu] of Israel, which officially eliminated the effect of the Zionist lobby in presidential elections, and the result of this is that the Israel lobby will not have much effect on U.S. politics in the next four years.