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How Trump is Changing Iran from the Inside

... was the conservatives who instigated the demonstrations in Mashhad in December 2017 that proved to be the spark for the winter protests. The initiative quickly escalated out of control and turned into the largest unrest the country had seen in years, leading ... ... the actual exchange rate (around 90,000 rials to the dollar) leads to corruption and abuse. Yulia Sveshnikova: Ousting the JCPOA Hassan Rouhani has responded to the accusations made against him by announcing that his administration has no plans to resign....


Iran's Hot Winter Month of Dey

... of the on-going fight between reformists and radical conservatives. It was only in the context of the “Iranian mutiny” that Western media and the leaders of the U.S., Israel, and Saudi Arabia backed the protesters. Trump's decision to attack the JCPOA has no links to the Iranian protests, either. The U.S. president's attitude towards the Iranian nuclear deal and to Iran in general has been well known ever since the 2016 presidential campaign, when he criticized everything even remotely related to Iran. After his inauguration,...


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