Reza Marashi

reza marashiAbout Reza Marashi

Reza Marashi joined NIAC in 2010 as the organization’s first Research Director.

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Our Posts Mentioning Reza Marashi

May 02, 2013Trita Parsi, The Court Has Spoken

April 12, 2013The Case of Lyse Doucet

March 18, 2013The NYT’s medical idée fixe

Jan 30, 2013Iran’s ‘unofficial’ spokespeople: Another turn of the screw

Dec 28, 2012Iran’s proxies – periodical update

Dec 26, 2012- Effective Sanctions

Dec 14, 2012Reza Marashi – the new Trita Parsi

 

Top Quotes By Reza Marashi

April 23, 2013 (The Guardian)

“The rules of the game have been known and largely followed for three decades, and the cutthroat nature of Iranian politics is now being shaped by the Ahmadinejad camp repeatedly pushing the boundaries of what’s acceptable by the Islamic republic’s own standards”

April 06, 2013 (Huffington Post)

If U.S. officials are correct in noting that the Iranian government is trying to portray a manageable problem as bigger than it really is, why are internationally-respected research organizations publishing reports to the contrary?

April 03, 2013 (The National Interest)

Decision makers in the P5+1 should be careful not to assume that mere dissatisfaction at the elite level will put pressure on the regime in Tehran to change its nuclear policy. This is particularly true when the dissatisfied elements don’t believe that a change of policy will remedy their pain.

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