IranSourceJan 26, 2022
Aban will not die: How truth remains a powerful weapon against the Islamic Republic
By Shadi Sadr
In November 2021, The Iran Atrocities (Aban) Tribunal in London investigated if Iranian government officials, police, and military forces had committed crimes against humanity during the November 2019 protests. In front of the eyes of the Iranian public, bit by bit, pieces of the truth were put together.
IranSourceJan 20, 2022
Under Ebrahim Raisi, Iran and Turkey may be entering a new phase of bilateral ties
By Hossein Aghaie Joobani
While Iran and Turkey may have too many geopolitical differences, both are expected to maintain their compartmentalization strategy so that divergences of interests at the regional level do not irreparably harm the core of bilateral relations.
IranSourceJan 11, 2022
Who’s on Iran’s current nuclear negotiating team? Some have controversial pasts.
By Mehrzad Boroujerdi
As nuclear talks in Vienna continue their halting progress, a look at the backgrounds of the key members of the Iranian negotiating team may help explain why it has been so difficult to revive the 2015 JCPOA.