Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Barbara Amiel

There’s only one villain at the United Nations

Barbara Amiel on the United Nations’ far-from-balanced inquiries
Extinguishing the spark

Little choice in Iran

The last round of presidential elections spurred a bloody and brutal crackdown. This time, Khamenei’s regime is not taking any chances.
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What students are talking about today (Aug. 21 edition)

Women banned, Niki Minaj, "oversharing" and Jack Layton
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Why today’s Iran nuclear talks in Baghdad come with a lot of baggage

And why Washington and Tehran must learn to trust each other nonetheless
What to do about Tehran’s push for nukes?

What to do about Tehran’s push for nukes?

The U.S. says all options are open—but it’s talking down military strikes

Newsmakers: Sept. 22-29

Miley gets political, the Pope gets stung and Julian Assange gets an autobiography he doesn’t want
Who's the real supreme leader?

Who’s the real supreme leader?

A power struggle has broken out between President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
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Revolution. There’s an app for that.

A documentary on the Iranian uprising mixes cellphone video with animated blogs
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The knives are out for Ahmadinejad

His brand of extremism is under fire from political and religious opponents
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Refugees from the land of the Mullahs

In Turkey, Iranians who have escaped their regime dream of the day their homeland changes