Monthly Archives: January 2018

Making Iran Great Again

Bit by bit, we are getting a fuller picture of how Tehran’s tyrants have wrecked the country. For the most part, the reports in the American press have recounted the economic woes leading up to the …

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Iran: Anatomy of a National Revolt

With its flames declining after days of high blaze, the “events” that shook Iran in December and early January are still attracting a tsunami of comment, speculation and, as always in such cases, misrepresentation. The first …

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Why Iran’s Monarchy Could Unite a Divided Country

During Iran’s now subsiding protests, which started in late December 2017, Iranians from across the country protested the country’s economic and political conditions, with many questioning Iranian interventionism in Syria and Gaza. Interestingly, not all that …

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Behind the Latest Protests in Iran

President Trump brought senior members of his national security team along with him to Camp David this weekend to brief Republican leaders in Congress about a range of foreign issues facing the U.S. In just the …

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