Category Archives: Iran

Apr 11 2012

Islamutopia: A very short history of political Islam

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This article is an introduction to a special series of posts commissioned by LSE IDEAS exploring Islamism and the Arab Spring. The series also includes articles on Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, with a concluding post on pluralism and minorities. By … Continue reading

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Mar 11 2012

The U.S. and Iran: A Pathology of Paternalism

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By George Fernee With articles in Foreign Affairs brandishing titles such as: “Time to Attack Iran,” and ”What Happens after Israel Attacks Iran,” it is little wonder why many feel that we are being primed for an eventual showdown between … Continue reading

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Jan 20 2012

Unleashing the Dogs of War – A Growing Strategic Inevitability?

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By John Collins. There seems a growing confidence among American hawks about the inevitability of an attack on Iran. Few appear willing to overtly bang the war drum, but notable hawks like Max Boot seem comfortable to engage in the … Continue reading

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