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A Year With Rouhani, Moderate Minister of Murder

Just over a month ago, an article appeared in Canada’s Globe and Mail titled “The Iran You Won’t Hear About From Ottawa.” In it, seasoned journalist Jeffrey Simpson described a Canadian businessman’s journey to Iran, in which he racked up

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Human Rights, Iranian Internal Issues, Iranian Politics, IRGC, Media Coverage

And the World Sat Back, Watching

Bored with waiting for Iran’s election, we set out to identify decision makers who took a clear stand against this exercise in pseudo-democracy. Gut feeling (in lieu of relevant media coverage): not good. As far as we could tell, the

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Posted in Iranian elections, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Other News

Canada leads the way, again

Unfortunate, but not surprising, that a story currently unfolding north of the border and riveting serious media consumers in Canada (in both French and English) has gone totally unnoticed everywhere else. Never fear: that’s what we’re here for. Turns out that Quebec, currently

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Posted in Other News
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