From the Levant to the Persian Gulf, Iran is unlikely to easily give up its infrastructure of dominance
Analysts say Americans lost credibility due to their approach in the region
Iranians are striving for an ‘ordinary life’, not a ‘heaven’ that is forced from within or without
It is a main course often served in tiffin boxes. It originated in Iran, but became a rice dish in the Indian subcontinent
The importance of righteous rage, from the ancient epics to the revolutions of today
Iran’s youth have been reeling under an economy marred by decades of US sanctions, corruption and the pandemic. The attempts to tighten the noose on social freedoms and the state’s heavy-handedness have therefore invited an almost instant and massive pushback
Has the progressive consensus on victimhood become an apologia for the theocratic struggle of Hamas?