The recent relief has come about quietly so as to avoid media spotlight, writes Dr. Majid Rafizadeh...Iran’s shifting policy on Saudi Arabia
Tehran believes that the geopolitical chessboard of the Middle East is significantly changing, reasserting its hegemony...Human rights organizations and Iran’s crimes against humanity
A new resolution by the US Congress appears to give hope to the families of victims who were hung, shot and buried in mass graves...Implications of the growing Iran-Syria economic relations
The changing paradigm in Tehran-Damascus economic ties can have significant long-term implications...Dissecting Rowhani agenda and narratives at the UNGA
Rowhani’s efforts at the United Nations were anchored in promoting several narratives...More disclosures: Exemptions for Iran and the Obama ‘legacy’
If these exemptions were revealed at the time of nuclear negotiations, the deal would have not been possible because Iran was in violations of the terms...Khamenei remarks meant to escape Hajj debacle blame
If pursuing policies and rhetoric that divide, rather than unify, Muslims is ‘Fitna’ for Khamenei, doesn’t his own recent remarks make him a ‘Fitna’ as well?...Why Iran needs an ‘enemy’ to survive
Having powerful ‘enemies’ serves very well as a social, political, strategic and economic scapegoat for Iranian leaders...