تاریخ شروع جستجو:
تاریخ پایان جستجو:
Go to page:
Tehran’s newspapers on Thursday 7th of Ordibehesht 1396; April 27th, 2017
Tehran’s newspapers on Wednesday 6th of Ordibehesht 1396; April 26th, 2017
How will Iran’s Six Presidential Candidates Campaign
The finale of the presidential race is quickly approaching, as the mainstream political factions in Iran face a rare balanced showdown, at least in the number of candidates.
Tehran’s newspapers on Sunday 3rd of Ordibehesht 1396; April 23rd, 2017
Principlists Shift toward Conservative Candidate Ebrahim Raisi
Major Principlist figures, formerly hopefuls themselves, are leaning toward Ebrahim Raisi. One of the latest examples is former nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili.
Ahmadinejad’s disqualification; good news or bad news?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been barred to run for office. Both Principlists and Reformist are rid of an unpredictable rival for now, but the Guardian Council has exposed itself to a plethora of questions.
Tehran’s newspapers on Saturday 2nd of Ordibehesht 1396; April 22nd, 2017
Recorded or Live? Decision on broadcasting presidential debates sparks controversy.
Electoral campaign supervision committee has opted for recorded broadcasting of presidential debates. A decision many believe will kill the election mood.
The Trouble with Tillerson: Unbounded Iranophobia
By Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
Tehran’s newspapers on Wednesday 30th of Farvardin 1396; April 19th, 2017
Tehran’s newspapers on Tuesday 29th of Farvardin 1396; April 18th, 2017
Vice President Jahangiri to Run beside President Rouhani in Election, Defending and Fending for Him
Fair play dictates unprecedented move, where Iran’s sitting President and Vice President run for office.
Iran’s South Pars Phoenix Rises from Ashes
Iran inaugurates mega project in South Pars, saying it is now finally in the lead over production from a giant field it shares with Qatar.
Tehran’s newspapers on Monday 28th of Farvardin 1396; April 17th, 2017
Tehran’s newspapers on Sunday 27th of Farvardin 1396; April 16th, 2017
What you need to know about presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi
Ebrahim Raisi may be a new figure in Iran’s politics, but he has already presented himself as President Hassan Rouhani’s main rival in the forthcoming presidential race.
Tehran’s newspapers on Saturday 26th of Farvardin 1396; April 15th, 2017
Tehran’s newspapers on Wednesday 23rd of Farvardin 1396; April 12th, 2017
Iran’s Dilemma in Syria
By Kaveh L. Afrasiabi.
Fallacious and volatile, hardliner Ahmadinejad is back as presidential hopeful
Iran’s ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is still full of surprises.
Go to page: