Recent spontaneous demonstrations in Iran have startled most observers around the world. A social unrest which started because of worsening economic circumstances and the failure of the government to keep its economic promises and contain inflation and price rises and issues of that nature has now turned into a general political dissent around the country.
- The image of Ebrahim Yazdi, who passed away at 86 years of age on the 27th of August
- Tehran: While thousands of young Iranians danced and sang in streets across the country to celebrate the re-election of Iranian
- The recent presidential election and the second landslide victory of Hassan Rouhani is more than ever a true exemplification of such a complexity, which is often missed by foreign analysts of Iran.
- Tehran, May 6th. A number of women’s rights activists are meeting at a cultural association’s headquarters in the heart of the city.
- In spite of everything, the popular vote matters in Iran. Acknowledging this is inevitable when faced with the outcome of Friday’s elections.