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After the Bonn Conference in 2001, which established the transitional government led by Hamid Karzai, the trend of assassinating influential figures in Afghanistan began. The first victim of these killings was Haji Abdul Qadir, the Vice President of Afghanistan and Minister of Public Affairs. In...

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Last week, the Iranian judiciary was preparing to celebrate its yearly ‘Judiciary Week’, but their propaganda was marred by the suspicious death of an Iranian judge at the beginning of the week. After the news of his corruption and human rights abuses both inside and...

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As the end of the arms embargo, imposed on Iran under Resolution 2231 in October, draws near, tensions between Tehran and Washington have risen again.
Kelly Craft, the US ambassador to the United Nations, announced on June 5, 2020, that the draft...
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In the final part of his recent speech on the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of Ayatollah Khomeini's death, Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran strongly attacked the policies of the US administration.

Commenting on the spread of the Coronavirus and...

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Analyzing the drastic decline in the 11th parliamentary elections turnout is important in explaining the future of policy-making in Iran. The decline was so massive that, despite interfering in the ballot box, the regime was forced to accept an official rate of less than 50% turnout;...

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Although this is not the first time that a horrific incident hurts public sentiment in the Iranian society, the tragic murder of Romina, an innocent girl who was a double victim of her family’s prejudice on the one hand and Iran’s medieval laws on the other, can be analyzed from several...

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On May 4, 2020, the Iranian Parliament approved the amendment to Iran's Monetary and Banking Act to replace the Rial unit of currency with the ‘Toman’. Each Toman is worth 10,000 Rials and has long been used by people for their trade.

Efforts to...

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Kabul and Tehran have agreed to investigate the torturing and drowning of a dozen Afghans on the Iranian-Afghan border. The incident was widely reported in the Afghan media. Parliamentarians, the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and civil society activists have reacted to this...

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Javad Naji

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During his visit to Kabul a few days ago, Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian, Iranian Foreign Ministery’s Special envoy in Afghanistan, met with several Afghan government officials and political leaders.

According to the Iranian Foreign Ministry, during...

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Economy
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The escalation of the factional conflict between President Hassan Rouhani's administration, on one side, and the IRGC, the judicial system, and the fundamentalist faction, on the other, is not new. But, the important issue about the new dispute is its timing, as it was expected that the...

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