The writer is Noor-York Chair in Islamic Studies, York University, Toronto.
The world needs another Woodstock and all that it stood for.
Like the iconic cartoon mouse, Iran is using brinkmanship, asymmetrical military tactics against the US
A decade later, the peaceful Green Movement continues to inspire Iranians worldwide.
The million-dollar question is: How can Iran defuse one of this era’s most serious crises?
Iran has no way to impose economic sanctions on the US and its allies in the Middle East. But its militias and proxies can retaliate to any military provocation from the US or Israel.
Now there is a strong feeling among the Algerians that even if the state is controlled by a few individuals, they have the power to bring down the government.
The resignation of Iran’s foreign minister, Javad Zarif, is a setback for reforms in the Islamic republic
Forty years after the Islamic Revolution, Iran’s regime is increasingly challenged by its people.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, holds lessons for a more equitable future.
New US sanctions can hurt Iran. But they also risk alienating young Iranians from America
The global movement is the unfinished business of the 21st century
US sanctions have pushed the country’s economy to the brink.
US has eschewed diplomatic solutions. Sanctions could cripple Tehran
On the Iran nuclear deal, players lack the moves to deal with a vexed issue
After Trump walkout from Iran pact, all actors in the Middle East are left with shrinking choices
President Trump seems set to end Iran nuclear deal. In Middle East, this is a poor time for tougher solutions
Trump’s sacking of Rex Tillerson portends further turmoil in US-Iran relations
The democratic future of Iran is still not in the hands of those who suffer for it on the streets.
In a world where no politician can be called a moral leader, we need to shine the light on the life and times of Martin Luther King Jr.
Stability in West Asia calls for US to build pragmatic ties with Iran.