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Reza Shafiee is a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). He tweets @shafiee_shafiee.
Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen announced January 8, along with other officials on behalf of 28 members EU bloc, new sanctions targeting the Iranian regime’s terrorist plots and...First anniversary of protests in Iran
January is the first anniversary of Iran's protests. Massive demonstrations shock Iran to the core. A year passed and the Iranian regime's officials are celebrating their survival. Although supreme...ANALYSIS: What Amnesty report tells us about Iran regime’s human rights record?
Amnesty International has published a 200-page comprehensive report on the massacre of political prisoners in Iran, 30 years after it actually took place. Its main focus is the dark days of 1988...ANALYSIS: Taking stock of Iran’s track record on Human Rights Day
Human Rights Day, marked on December 10, is a wake-up call for the world as human rights violations are the order of the day for suppressive regimes around the globe. The Iranian regime has by far...With hitman on the loose in Denmark, Iran shoots itself in the foot
News of Iranian regime’s hit man on the loose in Denmark shocked many when Iran is desperately struggling to show good behavior to win over Europe in its battle with stinging US sanctions....Will stinging US sanctions strengthen Iranians’ pursuit of freedom?
The new round of US sanction on Iran hit where it really hurts i.e. Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its arm the Basij Force. The US Treasury Department slapped Iran with fresh sanction on...ANALYSIS: Why Iran’s truckers strike is not an isolated incident
Iran is faced with a second round of truckers’ strikes this year. It has spread to 290 cities in 31 provinces across the country. Last round of truckers’ strike was in late July and early...Iranian regime’s woes exposed at the UN General Assembly
Many view the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly held every year in the fall as an opportunity to make peace with the rest of the world with the exception of a handful of nations such as...