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Iran’s Government at the Brink of Collapse

One day before the rejection of the general budget by Iran’s Parliament (Majlis), an expert of the so-called reformist faction said that the approval...

Iranian Officials Stuck as Power Slips Away

For over 40 years, Iran’s clerical government has maintained its grip on power through domestic repression and foreign terrorism, and warmongering, none of which...

Iranian Media: Officials Only Bring Poverty and Inflation to the People

On January 25, Iranian media outlets once again revealed the government’s weakness in fulfilling its strategic plans. For instance, while high-ranking officials cannot hide...

Tehran Plays ‘Good Cop, Bad Cop’ with the West

Iranian authorities are masters at the “good cop, bad cop” strategy, a method of alternating threats and friendly gestures to fool the West into...

Iran’s New Piracy and Blackmail

Following the seizure of a South Korean oil tanker in the Strait of Hormoz, Iranian media outlets signaled the government's main goal through this...

Iran: Improving Citizens’ Livelihood or Stealing From the Nation

These days, the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf prepares himself for the 2021 Presidential election. In this context, he raises ridiculous claims...

Iran’s Presidential Election and Intensification of Crises

On September 18, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei virtually visited representatives of ‘Student Unions.’ In his remark, he affirmed that establishing a ‘young and...

Political Rivalries Amplify as More Iranians Go Below Poverty Line

For years, all Iranian factions have promised to improve the living conditions of people but every single time that power changed hands, it never...

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Iranian Regime Ignores Its Main Demand in the Qatar Talks

On the evening of Friday, June 24, the High Representative of the European Union Josep Borrell traveled to Iran...

Regime’s Negligence Makes Iran the Main Loser in Oil Competitions

Last Friday, the Iranian regime’s president Ebrahim Raisi claimed in a meeting that his regime could be a 'stable'...

Dez River Joins the Dried-Up Rivers of Iran

The Iran regime’s insistence on pointless dam construction and the diversion of the rivers has dried up another river...

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