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Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines

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Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines is a weekly newsletter that tackles different topics ranging from international to local, societal, political, and economic issues about the Persian country. The newsletter is centered around the country's upcoming presidential elections.

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Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (August 23 - August 29)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (August 16 - August 22)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (August 09 - August 15)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (August 02 - August 08)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (July 26 - August 01)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (July 19 - July 25)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (July 12 - July 18)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (July 05 - July 11)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (June 28 - July 04)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (June 21 - June 27)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (June 14 - June 20)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (Special Edition: Candidates' Profiles)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (June 07 - June 13)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (May 31 - June 06)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (May 24 - May 30)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (May 17 - May 23)

Iran 1400 Brief: Beyond the Headlines (May 10 - May 16)

About the Author

ali fathollah nejad
DR. ALI FATHOLLAH-NEJAD is the author of the much-acclaimed "Iran in an Emerging New World Order: From Ahmadinejad to Rouhani" ▪ Affiliated researcher with: Afro–Middle East Centre (AMEC, Johannesburg) | Freie Universität (FU) Berlin’s Center for Middle Eastern and North African Politics | Centre d’Etudes de la Coopération Internationale et du Développement (CECID) at Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) ▪ Former Iran expert of the Brookings Institution in Doha (BDC) & the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) ▪ Ph.D. in International Relations and Development Studies from SOAS, U of London