Rafsanjani: The Iranian Revolution’s Unlikely Reformer
By Kevjn Lim
No one embodied the travails and contradictions of Iran’s Revolution as deeply as the late Hashemi Rafsanjani.
Don't Count on Iran's February 2016 Elections Making History Just Yet
By Ankit Panda
Iran's political institutions will make a reformist triumph an unlikely outcome of the elections.
Iran Attempts to Reverse Its Falling Birth Rate
By Angela Erika Kubo
Not even gold coins can convince couples to have more children.
Salman Rushdie in India for Film Premiere
Salman Rushdie has arrived in India for the premier of Midnight’s Children. Predictably, controversy has followed.