Monday, January 25, 2021
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    Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Responding to Iran’s ‘hostage diplomacy’

    'Ultimately, politics imprisoned her, and it will be politics that allows her to return home.' Louis Kill-Brown considers the future of Iran's political 'hostages' and the events that led to their imprisonment.

    Oxford Iranian society holds vigil for plane crash victims

    The Oxford University Iranian Society held a vigil for the victims of the Tehran plane crash, which occurred earlier this month. On the 19th...

    Iran: What Could Happen Next

    The assassination of General Qasem Soleimani constitutes not only an escalation in tensions between the USA and Iran, but one of the most significant...

    Iran opens stadium doors to female fans at last

    For the first time, women can go to football matches in Iran

    John Bolton: The case for a citizen’s arrest

    While the Union’s courting of the far-right has brought protests and boycotts, Bolton’s visit has gone largely unremarked - but he represents an immediate threat to the lives of people of colour.

    Prelude to war or diplomatic overture?

    What’s next for the United States and Iran.

    Iranian hackers steal sensitive Oxford research

    The hacked papers are then sold online to customers in Iran for as little as £2

    Protests in Iran shine a light on the international stance in...

    Protests and instability remind us of the crucial role Iran plays in Middle Eastern politics