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How do Iranians perceive sanctions on their country?

January 6, 2013

■ Ali Amirmoayed

As the West has tightened its sanctions on Iran and as Western leaders have rather proudly spoken of the effect of their policy, I thought it necessary to bring the forgotten group who suffer the most from the sanctions into mainstream discourse. This article indicates the impact of sanctions on the lives of millions of ordinary Iranians, whose situations are far removed from the political concerns of the sanctioning states. In so doing, I will first mention the growing idea of the West as Iran’s national enemy. The construction of this notion is attributed to the impact of sanctions on the daily lives of Iranians, who find these penalties demeaning and unjust. I will take this forward by explaining the side effects of this policy, which have political implications for the West’s dealings with the people of Iran in the long term.


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April 30, 2012

European Union sanctions aimed at stopping Iran’s oil exports


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May 23, 2011

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April 17, 2011

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April 15, 2011

Assets of 32 officials are frozen


Iran says stopped fueling European aircraft

April 13, 2011

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EU will impose sanctions over Iran human rights abuses

April 12, 2011

Sanctions on 32 Iranian officials


U.S. defends permits for Iran deals in sanctioned nations

December 25, 2010

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Ahmadinejad: “Sanctions have always failed”

December 24, 2010

“Our enemies cannot harm our strong economy”


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December 22, 2010

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December 20, 2010

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December 19, 2010

Four-fold rise in the price of petrol


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December 17, 2010

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Iran offers date for nuclear talks

November 9, 2010

Iran shows eagerness to reopen dialogue


Iran ready to hold nuclear talks in Turkey

November 7, 2010

Negotiations to be held from Nov. 15


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    تهران‌ریویو مجله‌ای اینترنتی، چند رسانه‌ای و غیر انتفاعی است. هدف ما به سادگی، افزایش سطح گفتمان عمومی در مورد ایده‌ها، آرمان‌ها و وقایع جهان امروز است. این مشارکت و نوشته‌های شما مخاطبان است که کار چند رسانه‌ای ما را گسترش داده و به آن غنا و طراوت می‌بخشد. رایگان بودن این مجله اینترنتی به ما اجازه می‌دهد تا در گستره بیشتری اهداف خود را پیگیری کرده و تاثیرگذار باشیم. مهم‌تر از همه اینکه سردبیران و دست‌اندرکاران تهران‌ریویو به دور از حب و بغض‌های رایج و با نگاهی بی‌طرفانه سعی دارند به مسایل روز جهان نگاه کرده و بر روی ایده‌های ارزشمند انگشت بگذارند. تهران ریویو برای ادامه فعالیت و نشر مقالات نیازمند یاری و کمک مالی شماست.