Middle East'S ARCHIVE

  •   Information is power – and empowering. Support our publications and donate by December 31. Non-Stop Media fights for the production and dissemination of uncensored information – particularly to populations whose governments limit its availability. Our online publication projects include Iran dar Jahan and Shirzanan Global Edition: Iran dar Jahan (IDJ) is the only online daily […]

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  • Read our own Laura Secor’s story on The New Yorker: Last year, when I travelled to Iran for the parliamentary elections, a question I brought with me was whether there was a debate over the direction of Iranian foreign policy within the Islamic Republic’s inner circle. Read more.

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  • Iran dar Jahan (IDJ) has set up a monitoring page based on relevant keywords and phrases. This RSS resource is hosted at Netvibes and can be viewed here.

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  • ‘Opposition? There is no such word here’ To read the full article in the Guardian, click here. To learn about our efforts to provide news to Iranians, click here. To visit the IDJ Web site, click here.

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  • Read our own Solmaz Sharif’s co-writing on International Business Times (IBTimes):In America, the fury over Google’s decision to kill Google Reader might seem like an overhyped brouhaha from privileged technophiles with too much time on their hands … Read more.

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  • Read our own Laura Secor’s story on The New Yorker: The ebbing of Presidential power in Iran is one of many indicators of worsening repression under the hand of the Supreme Leader. Iran leads the world in the imprisonment of journalists; opposition leaders languish under house arrest; and even the once powerful former President Hashemi […]

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  • Read our own Laura Secor’s story on The Nation: The lives Mahdavi describes are rich in fleeting pleasures and bereft of deep engagement, whether personal, political or professional. Read more.  

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  • Read our own Laura Secor’s story on Salon: Mark Bowden’s new book offers a gripping, suspenseful account of the Iran hostage crisis — but almost no analysis of its larger meaning. Considering the mounting tension between the U.S. and Iran, that isn’t good enough. Read more.

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