Raz Zimmt analyzes the December 2017 protests in Iran, the role of social media, and the eventual weakening of those protests.
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Raz Zimmt analyzes the public discourse surrounding the events of Cyrus the Great Day in Iran.
Raz Zimmt follows the online discourse of Iranian reformists trying to stir public opposition to the political oppression of activists against the regime in light of the new restrictions on former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami.
Raz Zimmt analyzes the public struggle led by Iranian SNS users against the deeply-rooted nepotism in Iran.
Dr. Raz Zimmt investigates Iranian social media responses to the annual conference of Mojahedin-e Khalq, an Iranian opposition group whose support for Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War remains a searing national trauma.
Dr. Raz Zimmt analyzes the Iranian reaction to the new Hamas charter, which called for a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders.
Raz Zimmt argues that Iranians are opposed to the chemical attack in Syria but are doubtful of U.S President Donald Trump's policy.
Raz Zimmt analyzes the campaign on Iranian social media to eliminate the legal requirement for women to wear the hijab in Iran.
Raz Zimmt discusses Iranians’ pointed criticism of the US travel ban on visitors from majority Muslim countries, which prevents Iranians from entering the United States.
Raz Zimmt discusses Iranians’ responses to a letter in which Iranian exiles urge US President Trump to adopt an aggressive policy towards Iran.