Stories about Iran from December, 2015
Finding the Cultural Bridges of the Middle East in Literary Istanbul
Conversations with literary masters in Istanbul lead Arash Azizi to ponder the cultural disconnect, especially in terms of literature, between the countries of the Middle East.
Activist-Journalist Reflects on Meeting the Iranian Ambassador at a New York Holiday Party
"Iran will one day shine in a way that the Iranian Ambassador will greet Iranian women and journalists without fear and with pride."
In US Republican Politics, ‘Hating on Iran Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry’
The Republican debate became a forum for factual inaccuracies and demonizing Iran.
Iranians Photograph the First Snow of the Season
It often comes as a surprise to those unfamiliar with the country that Iran experiences all four seasons, including a snowy winter.
UN Atomic Agency Report Brings Iran Nuclear Deal Closer to Reality
The report stated that Iran's efforts to develop a nuclear weapon ceased by 2009. Some saw it as affirmation that sanctions, largely put into place after 2010, were needless.
In Twitter’s Crackdown on the Ayatollah's Bots, Journalists Are the Collateral Damage
Several reporters have been suspended on Twitter for posting content related to Khamenei and his latest public outreach campaign.