Arash Falasiri worked as a journalist in Iran for more than a decade. He won the national prize for the best journalist of the year in 2001. He is now a PhD candidate in Social and Political Thought at York University, Canada.
Iranians' choice in the face of war
Signals that military action against Iran is a real danger have been multiplying over the past twelve months. Faced...
Iran's message in a bottle
Allegations of an Iranian assassination attempt to be carried out in Washington has prompted diverse responses and...
Iran's Green Movement: decapitated but not defeated
The arrest of Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, the defeated presidential candidates and leaders of Iran's Green...
Gaddafi: a model for the middle east's "mad men"
Gaddafi's resistance to popular demands and violent response presents a new model for regimes to resist democratic...
The Iranian regime thrives on the spectre of military confrontation
The increasingly militarised confrontation between the United States, Israel and Iran only strengthens the...
Connecting the dots: Iran's nuclear ambitions, human rights and intelligent sanctions
The sanctions being imposed by the UN need to be reworked to inspire the confidence of Iran's suppressed people.