In this edition of the Interview, Fair Observer talks to Gilbert Achcar, professor of international relations at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. This interview was […]
The protests in Iran will not bring about regime change, but they may force political elites to address economic corruption that has gone on far too long. Published by Fair […]
Iranian-Americans are some of the most successful immigrant communities in the US. Published by Fair Observer on June 23rd, 2017. You can read the article here.
Used adeptly, the deal could curb Iran’s involvement in Syria and precipitate democratisation. Rip it up and those dreams are over. Published by Middle East Eye on February 8th, 2o17. […]
It’s time for all American Muslims to heed the pluralism that launched Syria’s revolution and call for more responsible foreign policy Published on Middle East Eye on October 18th, 2016. […]
Iran’s recent elections display support for the reform movement, which many believed had become obsolete. Published by Fair Observer on June 2oth, 2016. You can read the article here.
“The lives of possibly hundreds of more Iranians are in the hands of western politicians” Published on Your Middle East on August 14, 2014
“The future of Iraq is on the line, as is a less restrictive Iran” Published on Your Middle East on June 16, 2014
Khatami’s non-confrontational stance towards Ayatollah Khamenei serves as part of his grand-strategy for a political comeback. Published on the Fair Observer July 11, 2013
It’s only two days until the presidential elections in Iran, and it’s still unclear whether the vast majority of Iranians will choose to boycott the elections, or vote. The pro-democracy […]