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MPs Warn of ‘Wave of Executions’ in Iran
Rayhaneh Jabbari was supposed to be executed on Wednesday. Sources in Iran say her death has been delayed for 40 days. Conservative MP John Weston wants you to know that ...
October 8, 2014
TIFF Introduces the World to the Real Iran and Iraq
Telling the story behind the heartache in Iraq and Iran is where the power of film and the ...
September 10, 2014
World’s Oldest Trees: 3,000 to 9,500 Years Old
Many a tree has quietly, peacefully stood watching the changes of the Earth for thousands of years. Here's ...
August 19, 2014
The Bursting Kurdish Bubble
Just one month ago, the Chief of Staff to Kurdish President Barzazi and the Kurdish Defense Minister travelled ...
August 16, 2014
Is Makhunik an Ancient City of Little People?
In August 2005, a tiny mummified body was found in the ancient Persian village of Makhunik in what ...
July 1, 2014
#WorldCup: World Leaders Cheer For Their World Cup Teams (Best Tweets)
Hassan Rouhani, Barrack Obama, Elio Di Rupo and other world leaders tweet out images of their support for ...
June 17, 2014
Prospects for an Iran Nuclear Agreement
Both the United States and Iran feel pressure to conclude the agreement by the July 20 deadline. Failure ...
June 5, 2014
Allen L. Keiswetter
The Spirit of Freedom: From Tiananmen to Iran to the Berlin Wall
Countries all around the world have taken many measures to ensure their freedom.
May 29, 2014
Iranians Arrested And Then Released For Dancing in “Happy” Video
A group of young Iranians were released by officials after being held for dancing to "Happy" by Pharrell ...
May 21, 2014
Who Makes Tehran’s Arab Policy?
Geography alone should make the Arab world Iran’s key foreign policy focus. Of Iran’s 13 immediate neighbors, seven ...
May 17, 2014
Reaching Nuclear Threshold, Iran May Be Ready for Pause
The new round of talks opened on April 8 marks another step in the race against time to ...
April 11, 2014
Empty Rhetoric in the Obama Administration’s Iran Policy
The Obama administration has often responded to crises of confidence in its foreign policy by treating unease and ...
April 8, 2014
Now’s Not the Time to Go Soft on Former Def Sec Robert Gates
Many breathed a huge sigh of relief when George Bush appointed Robert Gates secretary of defense. Compared to ...
April 1, 2014
Ukraine and the Middle East
The political crisis in Ukraine and subsequent annexation of Crimea by Russia have sent reverberations throughout the Middle ...
March 29, 2014
Middle East Institute
Death of a Poet in Iran
The Iranian government discriminates against anyone who is not Persian, said Taha Amjad, a spokesman for the London-based ...
February 18, 2014
Iran’s Government Should Stop Human Rights Abuses
The election of Hassan Rouhani’s as Iran’s president seemed to signal a dramatic change in policies regarding the ...
December 30, 2013
Top 20 Stories of 2013 – No. 12: Will the Iran Nuclear Deal Last?
After more than a 30-year deadlock in diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran, a groundbreaking nuclear ...
December 21, 2013
Sanctions the Fulcrum of Peace for Iran
In a move consistent with his past positions on international issues, Senator Robert Menendez, the Democratic Chairman of ...
December 1, 2013
A Unified Approach to Negotiating With Iran
On the surface, the United States and Israel appear to be on the same page regarding Iran’s nuclear ...
October 15, 2013
Should the US Believe in Iran and Rouhani’s ‘Charm Offensive’?
The prospects that Iran’s new president Hassan Rouhani will be more successful than past presidents are discussed by ...
October 14, 2013
Sanctions Have Worked, Time to Act on Iran Is Now
As Iran economy’s is reeling and Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is showing every sign of interest in reaching ...
September 25, 2013
Google Disrupts Iran Hacking Ahead of Election
Google has picked up a significant spike in hacking attempts in Iran, running up to the presidential election ...
June 13, 2013
Human Rights Watch Film Festival ’13, Movie Review
Any women creating art in today’s Iran could be classified as an “Outsider Artist,” because you just cannot ...
June 12, 2013
Taking the Lead in Syria
America’s friends and allies in the Middle East depend on the U.S.’s strategic vision, clarity, and resolve to ...
June 6, 2013
Presidential Debate, the Iranian Way
In the first of four debates between the eight candidates looking to become next president of Iran, the ...
May 31, 2013
Hagel Avoids Red Lines in Washington Speech
A daylong symposium at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy discussed the tumultuous situation in the Middle ...
May 15, 2013
Bail Hearings For Two Men in Canada Terror Plot
TORONTO—A suspect accused of plotting with al-Qaida in Iran to derail a train in Canada said Tuesday authorities ...
April 23, 2013
Apple to Hike Wages Amid Tight Labor Market, Inflationary Pressures
Sweden Recommends 5th Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine to Pregnant Women and Over-65s
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Health: The Essentials of Protein
Gun Control Advocacy Group Plans Nationwide Protests After Texas School Shooting
Trump Says US Needs ‘Real Leadership,’ Commits to Speak at NRA Convention Despite Uvalde Shooting
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Biden’s ATF Pick, Senator Clash Over ‘Assault Weapon’ Definition During Judiciary Hearing
NY Gov. Hochul Suggests Raising Gun Purchase Age Limit After Texas Mass Shooting
Gun Laws, Illegal Immigration, Debated by Nevada GOP Governor Candidates Ahead of Elections
11 Newborn Babies Die in Hospital Fire in Senegal
Boeing Starliner Capsule Returns to Earth, Capping Key Uncrewed Test Mission