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Ted Regencia

Ted Regencia

Ted Regencia is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. He has covered US politics and foreign affairs in the Asia-Pacific region. He is also interested in issues related to Iran. He is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School in New York. Follow him on Twitter: @tedregencia.

Middle East

Iran's Mossadegh 'would have negotiated with Donald Trump'

Analysts say 1953 US-led coup against Iran's first elected leader altered path to democracy and damaged diplomatic ties.

Iran's Mossadegh 'would have negotiated with Donald Trump'

Business & Economy

A day in the life of a Tehran currency trader

As economic woes and political uncertainty drive down the rial's value, monetary speculators are winning the game.

A day in the life of a Tehran currency trader

Middle East

The art of the Iranian deal: How Trump can talk to Tehran

Iranian experts say US needs to deliver confidence-building measures for Tehran to open its doors to negotiations.

The art of the Iranian deal: How Trump can talk to Tehran

Middle East

What US sanctions against Iran will snap back on Tuesday?

Sanctions reimposed on Tuesday target activities such as aeroplane purchases and exports of carpets and pistachios.

What US sanctions against Iran will snap back on Tuesday?

Iran

On third anniversary, survival of Iran nuclear deal in question

Sanctions to hit Iran starting in August after US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the 2015 agreement.

On third anniversary, survival of Iran nuclear deal in question

Middle East

Iran, Instagram and the case of dancing teen Maedeh Hojabri

Religious scholar says airing confession puts a 'stain' on teenager's family, but one analyst urges respect of rules.

Iran, Instagram and the case of dancing teen Maedeh Hojabri

Iran

What's at stake if trading at Strait of Hormuz is disrupted?

Iran hints that it could retaliate against US sanctions by disrupting trade at world's busiest oil transit lane.

What's at stake if trading at Strait of Hormuz is disrupted?

Middle East

Can Iran stop the downward spiral of its currency?

Economists and political observers urge President Rouhani to take specific steps to fix the currency woes.

Can Iran stop the downward spiral of its currency?

Asia Pacific

Duterte's 'stupid God' quip is his 'personal opinion' - spokesman

Spokesman says the Philippine president is entitled to express his views on faith and religion.

Duterte's 'stupid God' quip is his 'personal opinion' - spokesman

Middle East

Iran warns nuclear deal in 'ICU'; exit likely in 'coming weeks'

Iran deputy foreign minister tells remaining JCPOA signatories in Vienna meeting that Tehran's patience is running out.

Iran warns nuclear deal in 'ICU'; exit likely in 'coming weeks'

Middle East

Iran's Zarif: Donald Trump's behaviour 'erratic, dangerous'

Iran's top diplomat says Tehran cannot negotiate and entrust security of the Middle East to an 'impulsive' US leader.

Iran's Zarif: Donald Trump's behaviour 'erratic, dangerous'

Asia Pacific

Philippine Catholic priests: 'They are killing us'

Three Catholic priests killed, one severely injured, in separate attacks in the country since December.

Philippine Catholic priests: 'They are killing us'