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The Hand of Iran: Syria's Civil War and the Islamic Republic's Role

Iranians anxiously watch the slaughter carried out by the government of Syria, the Islamic Republic's closest ally in the Middle East. Nineteen months into the ... Full story

Will Iran Close the Strait of Hormuz?

Iran's repeated threats to close the Strait of Hormuz are a pivotal part of a military strategy based on psychological and asymmetric warfare. Blocking the ... Full story

How Would Iran Fight Back?

Iran's response to Israeli or U.S. air strikes is likely to feature unconventional tactics that would not necessarily lead to battlefield successes, such as defeat ... Full story

Disaster Mismanagement: Lessons of the East Azerbaijan Quakes

In the first hours after the two major earthquakes that struck East Azerbaijan province last month, groups of civilians from surrounding areas rushed to the ... Full story

Iran's Neo-Apartheid: Rampant Persecution of Baha'is in Cradle of Faith

Later this month, the United Nations will host Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his final annual visit as president of Iran. His ineligibility for reelection next year ... Full story

Understanding the Rial’s FreefallIran’s economy is not on the verge of collapse

The sharp drop in the value of the rial in the last two weeks has created much excitement in Iran and abroad, but mostly for ... Full story

Iran's Muted Rentrée

As the Tehran autumn begins, dusk descends by seven and the evenings take on a melancholy air. Though the cooler temperatures are a relieving change, ... Full story

Dealing with Mishaps

In business there are times that we make a mistake or something goes wrong that impacts our customers. If not addressed properly it could lead ... Full story

Staring Over as a Senior?

My husband and I have been married for 32 years.  I am 57 and he is 59.  We have three children, ages 30, 28, and ... Full story

Carving Snow, Breaking the Ice: Boarders without Borders Forthcoming documentary to track U.S. snowboarders on Iranian slopes.

In the 30 years since the fall of the Shah, we have seen many attempts at "cultural diplomacy" between the United States and Iran. American ... Full story

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