Raz Zimmt assesses the opinions of Iranian users regarding the US withdrawal from the nuclear agreement.
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Michael Barak reviews the responses in the Arab world to recent events.
Raz Zimmt discusses the farmers’ protest in the Isfahan province of Iran, which erupted because of the growing water shortage therein.
From Worker Street to Mosaddegh Street: The Struggle over the Collective Memory of Iranian Prime Minister Mosaddegh
Raz Zimmt examines the discourse surrounding the intention of the Tehran City Council to name a street after former Iranian Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh, reflecting the tension between an Islamic-religious identity and a secular-national identity that characterizes Iranian society.
MDC Director Uzi Rabi and Chelsi Mueller have published an article in the peer-reviewed, "Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies," where they discuss the sectarian rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Raz Zimmt takes a look at the way that social networking sites have been used to advance the status of women in Iran.
Raz Zimmt analyzes the December 2017 protests in Iran, the role of social media, and the eventual weakening of those protests.
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.