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Sadeq Hedayat’s Heritage

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A short documentary on the fate of Sadeq Hedayat’s personal belongings after his suicide is available here. Preserving the Heritage of Sadeq Hedayat: Sadeq Hedayat is considered to be one of the most original and creative Iranian writers of the twentieth century. His unusual imagination and penetrating criticism of society endeared him to many in […]

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H.Con.Res 362 or Iran War Resolution is Inherently Provocative

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Policy analyst Sarah Ong responds to a letter by Rep. Schakowsky and her continued support for the much criticized Resolution 362: Representative Schakowsky’s position on H.Con.Res. 362 highlights an important point that is really missing from the discourse on this resolution. While many have focused their critique of the resolution on Clause 3, demanding that […]

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Link TV Documentary: Talk to Iran

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Available here. Near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington, American citizens and U.S. Congressional representatives took part in a special event using a row of 60’s-era red “hotline” telephones to talk directly to ordinary Iranians in Tehran, including a 60-year-old petroleum engineer, a software designer, a French literature professor and a high school […]

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