Posts Tagged ‘iran’
Downgrading Iranian-British relations
Downgrading Iranian-British relations

By Maysam Behravesh 19 January 2012 Iran trudged into 2012 under unsettling circumstances. Severe international sanctions have already been taking their toll on its economy while a combination of sabotage activities, targeted killings, and covert operations against Iranian military initiatives and figures are bedeviling its national security. The controversy surrounding Iran’s nuclear programme has never […]

Downgrading Iranian-British relations
Downgrading Iranian-British relations

By Maysam Behravesh 19 January 2012 Iran trudged into 2012 under unsettling circumstances. Severe international sanctions have already been taking their toll on its economy while a combination of sabotage activities, targeted killings, and covert operations against Iranian military initiatives and figures are bedeviling its national security. The controversy surrounding Iran’s nuclear programme has never […]

Iranians’ choice in the face of war
Iranians’ choice in the face of war

By Arash Falasiri Signals that military action against Iran is a real danger have been multiplying over the past twelve months. Faced with external military intervention and internal repression, Arash Falasiri asks what course remains open to the Iranian people. Although there are signs that the Islamic Republic of Iran might face military action by […]