The fact that Mahsa Amini, who lived in the Kurdistan province, was visiting Tehran at the time of her death caused the protests to be particularly intense in Iran’s predominantly Kurdish areas.
The establishment seems determined not to compromise its current policies while underlining that it will maintain this determination since the experience of the Shah regime's weakness cost the overthrow of the system.
The current crisis is expected to leave a significant and long-term impact on the future trajectory of the theocratic republic.
As can be seen, there is a segment in Iran that strives for Mojtaba to gain ground in the eyes of the people by making him shine, so to speak, and for society to get used to him.
Iran’s Labor minister is forced to resign as the first victim of political rivalries and economic reforms.
The Iran administration is aware of the fact that it has to cover the gap in its dual system, which it had carried out successfully until the current day. In this context, the greatest responsibility belongs to Ebrahim Raisi, for whom significant sacrific
Although the reformists have been wiped off the political stage long since, the elimination of Rafsanjani, Rouhani and Larijani from the Iranian political system has some different connotations.
The public discourse is powerful and it is the place where leaders in the Caracas and Tehran can criticize, demonize, and criminalize the actions imposed by the United States.
Ankara is also particularly concerned with the straining US-Iran relations and the comprehensive economic sanctions.
On March 23, 2018, the US President Donald J. Trump appointed John Bolton to serve as his new National Security Adviser.
The demonstrations have been triggered by economic factors but a look at the protest slogans, and the potential figures backing the protests, shows that there might be more to the unrest.
This study examines the changes in the electoral discourse of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the presidential elections of 2005, 2009 and 2017.