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Iran-Backed Cartel Controls Iraqi Borders

Since the U.S. invasion to Iraq in March 2003, Iranian authorities seized the opportunity to add this country to their territory. In this respect,...

Iraq Protests Challenge Iran’s Strategic Depth

Major protests against Iran’s interference in Iraq and its government at the beginning of this week are a real threat to Iran’s so-called “strategic...

Iraqis Return to al-Tahrir Square—New Flash Protests 

Tired from corrupt politicians and a bad livelihood as well as Iran’s guided militias and their terror operations, Iraqi people took to the streets again. On the...

The Escalation of Developments in Iraq to the Detriment of Iran’s Government

By Pooya Stone At the same time as the developments in Iraq are escalating, Iranian officials are very worried and angry about Iraqi Prime...

Iraqi PM Returns From Tehran, Leaves Ayatollahs Frustrated

By Jubin Katiraie On July 21, Iraqi Prime Minister Mostafa al-Kadhimi entered Tehran at the head of a delegation, including ministers of foreign affairs,...

Iran Is Terrified of the June 11 Talks Between the US and the Iraqi Government

By Jubin Katiraie James Jeffery, the United States Special Representative for Syria Engagement and Special Envoy to the Global Coalition To Defeat ISIS, ...

Iran-Backed Forces Open Fire on Iraqi Protesters

By Jubin Katiraie Iran-backed security forces opened fire on protesters in Najaf and Babil, southern Iraq, with gunfire continuing into the night, as well as...

Iranian Officials Shocked by Developments in Iraq 

By Jubin Katiraie Senior Iranian officials have been shocked by recent developments in Iraq and are now voicing their concerns publicly.  ...

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Iran’s Government Fears a ‘Second Field’

Social exclusion is the process in which individuals are blocked from the various rights, opportunities and resources that are...

Iran Expats Call for UN Investigation of 1988 Massacre

Iranian expatriates have written United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to once again urge the international organisation to investigate the...

Nearly 70m Iranians Can’t Afford Rice

Nearly 70 million people in Iran cannot afford rice following price increases, according to the secretary of the Rice...

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New Uprising in Iran?

Protests are increasing in size and scale in Iran,...

Iran’s Government Fears a ‘Second Field’

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