Hassan Rouhani

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Iran Revolution 40 Years Later: A Beautiful Illusion

  • Four Things that Iran’s Rouhani Needs to Rectify Before it’s Too Late

  • Talking to Rouhani: Is Trump Shooting from the Hip or Following a Script?

    08.02.18
  • Even before Trump’s Latest Warning, Iran was Facing Bigger Problems than Ever

  • Double-Edged Sword: Opinion Poll shows Trump’s Iran Policy Risks

    02.05.18
  • In Iran, the Status Quo can’t be Sustained

    02.01.18
  • Why are Iranians Chanting “Reza Shah”?

  • Iranian Protests Raise Tricky Questions for U.S. and Saudi Policymakers

    01.02.18
  • Q&A about Rouhani’s Government and Iran’s Politics

  • Saudi Arabia: Between Moscow and Washington

  • Q&A about Iran’s Presidential Election

  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Visits Moscow: A Strategic Trust

  • Pakistan in the Hot Seat as General takes Command of Saudi-led Alliance

    04.01.17
  • Walking a Tightrope: China Maneuverers Between Saudi Arabia and Iran

    03.12.17
  • Iranian Influence Gives Saudi Arabia Heartburn

  • Mr. Rouhani: What Have you Done to Protect the Rights of Your Baha’i Citizens?

    09.22.16
  • Post-Sanctions Iran: China-Inspired Dream, Soviet-Style Collapse, or Something Else?

  • Iranians Voted for Engagement Twice: Now It’s the West’s Turn

  • Iran and Britain: A New Chapter