The deep entanglement of Iran’s military apparatus in the country’s politics, economy, and society is a well-known fact. Its interventionist role must be curbed to avoid catastrophe.
In a strange twist some Iranian reformists have welcomed the likely appointment of hardliner cleric Ebrahim Raeesi as Iran’s next Judiciary chief.
Iran might grumble about having nothing to gain from the nuclear deal, but leaving it would present more challenges.
In this commentary, a group of Iranian activists from Iran Revival argue that Europe should stand by those Iranians who want a real change in their country.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has changed some of top and middle ranking commanders of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) during the past year.
Iran’s recent execution of two men convicted of illegal currency trading is an example of the establishment’s scapegoating and refusal to take responsibility for Iran’s economic woes.
Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu received a warm welcome during his surprise visit to Oman in late October. Was Iran discussed?
How is the U.S. finding the information necessary to draw up the list of people and entities involved in circumventing Iran sanction.
Poverty, discrimination and lack of schools lead to insecurity in Iran's Baluch inhabited regions, neighboring Pakistan.
If democrats win both houses in the 2018 mid-term elections, will this change American policy toward Iran?