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.

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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?

  • Pan-Iranism: New Tactics of Conservatives in Iran

  • Lessons from the Tudeh Party for the Middle East

  • The Growing Monster of Neoliberalism in Iran

  • Paris: Fundamentalism v. Liberal Values

  • The Nuclear Deal and the Iranian Petite Bourgeoisie

  • Al Jazeera: Throwing Gasoline on the Fire in the Middle East

  • Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood

  • Iran’s Left: A Challenge

  • Q&A with Nawal El Saadawi