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Nuke Deal A “Breakthrough” Or A “Misunderstanding”?

Lately, US President Barack Obama has been hard at work defending the nuclear negotiations with Iran, as well as the deal that resulted from them – hitting back at critics at home and abroad who have accused him of historical

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Posted in Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage, nuclear talks

Media Vs. Public opinion on Iran

We’ve heard nothing but positive news coming out of Europe in recent weeks, with Iran and the P5+1 agreeing on a framework for nuclear negotiations in Vienna and Western firms increasingly opting for a piece of the Iranian economic pie.

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Posted in Huffington Post, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Foreign Relations, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

Seyed Mousavian – Media Pundit? Iranian Official?

It was to be expected: the comeback of nuclear negotiations with Iran was bound to lead to a simultaneous media comeback of Seyed Mousavian (as well as NIAC head Trita Parsi, but never mind). Indeed, he’s been pretty busy lately.

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Posted in Al monitor, Hassan Rouhani, Iranian elections, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage, Other News, Seyed Hossein Mousavian

“FAIR”- and Not So Accurate

Question: When is a media watchdog more like a clowning puppy? Answer: When it’s only interested in its view being reported. Example: “FAIR” (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting). Actually, we hadn’t paid too much attention to the group until grabbed

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Posted in Hassan Rouhani, Iranian elections, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Khamenei, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Media Coverage
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