Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Tag Archives: Iran
Here’s what would really happen if the US bombed Iran – Vox.
Turkey reluctantly welcomes Iran deal – Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East.
Days before the increase, the Bakers’ union instructed bakers to reduce the weight of each loaf by 10%. “The price of flour we buy from the factory has also gone up, so there’s no bigger profit for us, unlike what … Continue reading
Although a week of high-level talks between Iran and world powers in Vienna made good progress, negotiators failed to reach an agreement and instead set a new deadline of March 1, 2015, for a framework agreement on Iran’s nuclear program … Continue reading
War with Isis: Iran joins ‘Great Satan’s’ fight against militants with bombing raids over Iraq – Middle East – World – The Independent
Patrick Cockburn Dec. 3, 2014 The United States says Iranian F-4 Phantoms have carried out bombing raids against Isis north-east of Baghdad, a claim that appears to be confirmed by film of the aircraft taken from the ground. Iran, however, … Continue reading