The Sigh of the Oppressed in Iran
Protesters in Iran express outrage at economic conditions, a testament to a failed domestic agenda of neoliberalism and privatization.
Mohammad TootkaboniJanuary 8, 2018
Iran Protests: Is the Islamic Regime Coming to an End?
The protests against the Islamic Republic in Iran have taken on a mass character. These demonstrations are a spark of hope for workers and oppressed peoples in the Middle East. What should the Iranian government be expecting?
Baran SerhadJanuary 7, 2018
Sanders Can’t Turn Back the Clock on US Imperialism
Sanders gave his most progressive foreign policy yet, but it still falls short of providing a real left alternative to the US imperialist agenda.
Robert BelanoOctober 6, 2017
Keys of the nuclear agreement between the United States and Iran
The re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran, interrupted since the 1979 revolution, is making the geopolitical structure that dominated the Middle East for almost four decades, creak.
Claudia CinattiJuly 31, 2015