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December 15, 2011
The Journal of North African Studies
“From spectacle to spectacular:
How physical space, social media
and mainstream broadcast
amplified the public sphere in
Original Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13629387.2011.639562
Book Review, ‘Private Contractors and the Reconstruction of Iraq’, by Christoher Kinsey, International Peacekeeping, Vol. 18, No. 2, April 2011; pp. 226-232.
Book Review, ‘Among the Iranians: A guide to Iran’s Culture and Customs by Sofia A. Koutlaki’, The Middle East in London, Vol. 7 (2), July-August 2010, p. 18.
Book Review, ’The Taliban and the Crisis of Afghanistan, by Robert Crews and Amin Tarzi’ International Peacekeeping, Vol.17, No.1, February 2010, pp.110–112.
‘Soldier-Artist: Louis Emile Dehousset’s visual chronicle of Qajar Iran’, Journal of International Qajar Studies, Vol. 6, July 2005.
“Iran’s strategy under new sanctions” – August 10, 2012
After 30 years of sanctions, Iran’s first order of business is to convince the US and Israel that it does not want war.
“What makes a revolution succeed?” – February 14, 2011
While the aspirations are different, Egyptians could take five lessons from Iran’s 1979 revolt.
“Arab revolutions transcend Iran’s” – February 6, 2011
As unrest spreads from one Arab country to the next, protest leaders look beyond shortcomings of the Islamic Revolution.
“Iran’s revolution a cautionary tale”
July 28, 2010
“In die Sackgasse manövriert” (Maneuvered into the deep end)
‘Sandra Day O’Connor: What has she done for us lately? In a rare interview, Sandra Day O’Connor talks about her ten years on the bench, and Roxane Farmanfarmaian listens for clues to how she’ll vote in the future.’
(1991) Mirabella, pp. 106-116.
American Society of Magazine Editors Best Interview Award, 1992