Archive for June, 2012:
The recent antisemitic outburst by Iran’s vice president is the culmination of a recent rise in the public use of anti-Semitic language in Iran. In Iranian press and politics, use of the term “Yahoodi Sefat” meaning “of Jewish character” is being heard more often as a character assassination tool.
My latest article explains why:
My latest analysis looks at the implications of Morsi’s win in Egypt for the government of Ayatollah Khamenei in Iran.
Khamenei seems to be holding out for an opportunity to create a split in the international community, especially the P5+1 group.
Iran’s leadership may be hoping that Beijing and Moscow will step in and help it with the West.
But will they?
My latest article tries to answer this question: