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.

Iran sidesteps sanctions to export its fuel oil

December 20, 2012

Iran is dodging Western sanctions

Shamlou and Persian ‘New Poetry’

November 8, 2012

■ Kara Abdolmaleki

Without doubt, Ahmad Shamlou is one the most widely debated – and therefore recognized – contemporary poets of the Persian language. Some critics lionize him as a revolutionary figure, who overthrew the scholastic monarchy of classical versification and introduced a novel system while others violently oppose the poet, accusing him of wanting sufficient knowledge and skill to edit and annotate a great poet like Hafez, for instance.

Syrian aftershocks in Iran

September 5, 2012

■ Ali Afshari

Considering the escalation of violence in Syria with further advancement of the revolutionary movement, the fall of Bashar Asaad’s regime seems to be more likely than ever before. In other words his collapse relies on nothing more than a matter of time. Within the following report, we try to analyze the path to the end of the conflict leading to termination of current Syrian regime as well as the consequences of this event on the political situation of Iran.

“Israel has not decided on Iran strike”

August 15, 2012

US defense chief said

“Iran training Syrian militia”

August 15, 2012

America’s top military officer says

al Qaeda, Iran, Taliban should pay $6b for 9/11

August 1, 2012

Federal Magistrate Judge made the ruling

Obama tightens sanctions on Iran

August 1, 2012

Targets foreign banks’ deals with Iran traders

Iran site buildings completely razed

June 1, 2012

According to a U.S. think-tank

New computer malware ‘Flame’ targeting Iran

June 1, 2012

Warn security experts

Oil falls on potential Iran deal, economy concerns

May 23, 2012

Oil fell on growing hopes of a deal with Iran

‘Detailed proposal’ emerging at Iran nuclear talks

May 23, 2012

World powers holding talks with Iran

“Plans to strike Iran ready”

May 17, 2012

says U.S. Israel envoy

Iran shipping arms to Syria

May 17, 2012

Confidential report finds

Google Map’s missing Gulf angers Iranians

May 4, 2012

“We didn’t name every place in the world”

China mulls guarantees for ships carrying Iran oil

April 30, 2012

European Union sanctions aimed at stopping Iran’s oil exports

Iran denies has plan to cut Internet access

April 10, 2012

“The report is in no way confirmed by the ministry”

Iran’s Green Movement is perfectly alive and well

May 22, 2011

■ Shervin Nekuee

Hamid Dabashi is Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York.His book Iran, The Green Movement and the USA: The Fox and the Paradox (Zed Books, 2010) was published in 2010.

Obama: Military action against Iran “not ideal”

September 21, 2010

“But we keep all options on the table”

Ahmadinejad expects US to attack Middle East soon

July 27, 2010

“The Americans have hatched a plot”

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