Category: Iran

Juan Cole: As Climate Emergency Shakes Iran, Government Attacks, arrests Water Protesters at Isfahan

After two weeks of protests by thousands of farmers in the dry riverbed of the historic Zayandeh Rud river in Isfahan, the police have struck back

Juan Cole: Top 3 Ways Biden can restore Iran Nuclear Deal if he Really Wants To

Biden is risking conflagration in the Middle East that could spiral out of control at the drop of a hat

Mojtaba Sadegh, Ali Mirchi, Amir AghaKouchak, & Amir AghaKoucha: Avoiding water bankruptcy in the drought-troubled Southwest

What the US and Iran can learn from each other

Medea Benjamin: America’s Afghan War Is Over, So What About Iraq – and Iran?

Let’s hope Biden has learned another history lesson: that the United States should stop invading and attacking other countries

Andrew J. Bacevich: “He Was a Disaster”

Ret. Col. Andrew Bacevich on Donald Rumsfeld’s Legacy as Architect of Iraq War

Various Contributors: We Are Many

We Are Many is the never-before-told story of the largest demonstration in human history, and how the movement created by a small band of activists changed the world

Jamal Abdi: Biden’s Latest Middle East Airstrikes Give “More Fuel” to Conflict with Iran

Criticism is growing of recent U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, which the Biden administration says targeted Iran-backed militias

Richard Falk: Approaching Iran: The Flaws Of Imperial Diplomacy In The Middle East

Control of the political narrative is an important dimension of geopolitics in the digital age

John Feffer: Iran’s Hardliners: We’re Back, Too

The victory of Ebrahim Raisi in Iran’s recent presidential elections may contain some surprising good news for the Biden administration

Brett Wilkins: As Iran Elects New President, Experts Urge Biden to Rejoin Nuclear Deal, Lift Sanctions

“The Biden administration must remain resolute and seek a break from the disastrous conditions that helped contribute to this result.”

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