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Nozhan is an author and political analyst. He has written a book entitled, 'Islamic Parties and the laicist perspective of Turkey,' as well as several articles about the Middle East and Iran in Iranian newspapers, including Shargh, Etemaad, Roozegar, and Bahar. He is a Political Philosophy's Student (PhD) in institute for Social and Cultural Studies Ministry of Science, Research & Technology of Iran.

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Mounir Baatour Wants to Tear Down the Biggest Taboo in the Muslim World

  • Negotiating with the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda

  • Which Actors are Pleased with Erdogan’s Victory?

  • Why are Iranians Chanting “Reza Shah”?

  • On Recent Saudi Reforms. A Conversation with Daniel Pipes

  • Q&A with Eyyup Doru

  • Lebanese Politician: Greatest Threat Facing Lebanon is Iran and Syria

  • Q&A about Rouhani’s Government and Iran’s Politics

  • Q&A about Iran’s Presidential Election

  • A Candidate with a Utopian View in the French Presidential Election

  • A Candidate who is Willing to put ‘Pleasure’ at the Center of French Politics

  • Why did Ahmadinejad Write to Trump?

  • Shapour Bakhtiar and the Liberal Dilemma in the Middle East

  • Rafsanjani’s Legacy: The Father of Neoliberalism in Iran

  • Goodbye Modern and Secular Turkey

  • António Guterres and the Expectations Game

  • What Happens to the Opposition in the Aftermath of the Turkish Coup?

  • Women’s Rights: From Ataturk to ISIS

  • Will Qasem Soleimani Become the Next President of Iran?