Sunday, December 21, 2014

Mehdi Khalaji

Mehdi Khalaji is a senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Sort By
Newsart for The Rowhani Front Pedro Molina
World Affairs 4

The Rowhani Front

Hassan Rowhani’s election as Iran’s next president has inspired hope of reform in his country, and of a more pragmatic relationship between Iran and the world. But the hard-liners who control the… read more

Newsart for After Ahmadinejad Chris Van Es
World Affairs 1

After Ahmadinejad

The disqualification of two leading candidates for Iran's presidency sends a strong message from Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Hosseini Khamenei. Simply put, Khamenei is determined to avoid the type… read more

Newsart for Iran’s Rattling Saber
World Affairs 0

Iran’s Rattling Saber

As the West ratchets up its economic pressure on Iran to halt its drive to develop nuclear weapons, the Islamic Republic’s rulers are not sitting idly by. Since Iran lacks the soft power and the… read more

Newsart for Iran’s Supreme Power Struggle
World Affairs 0

Iran’s Supreme Power Struggle

Iran's dysfunctionalforeign and nuclear policies reflect the tension between Iran's president and its Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, which is built into the Islamic Republic’s core. Consumed … read more

Commentaries available in 12 Languages