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Armin Karami, Fars News

The politics of hope: a nation’s patience tested


Iran’s citizens, who have clung to hope and the possibility for change through decades of domestic repression and isolation from the global economy, struggle to remain hopeful. By further undermining Iran’s civil society through a damaging, sanctions-forward policy, the U.S. risks weakening the aspirations of Iranians for a peaceful future where equality and human rights are respected.

Human Rights
Hamed Malekpour - Tasnim News

Going nowhere alone: US sanctions on Iran and the afterlife of the JCPOA


Renewed US sanctions will have a detrimental impact on the Iranian economy, but Iran is winning the public relations battle on the world stage.

Human Rights

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