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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and Iran
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Argues that while a breakthrough in relations between the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and Tehran remains unlikely, the consequences for the United States of such a union would be very damaging....

House of the Leader: The Real Power in Iran
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Argues that understanding Ali Khamenei's role in Iran's complicated governmental system and how he wields his understated power will be key for the United States as it undertakes a new strategy for de...

Iran Says Much, Does Little on Gaza
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Discusses how Iranian hardliners are using the Gaza Strip crisis as an opportunity to restate their claim as the true Muslim leaders by denouncing Arab governments as complicit with Israel, stirring u...

Ahmadinezhad's Cabinet: Loyalists and Radicals
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Discusses Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinezhad's cabinet nominees, explaining that the president's choice of individuals clearly shows his preference for loyalty over efficiency, as he fired every m...

Islam vs. Iran's Islamic Republic
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Discusses how a new opportunity is now emerging for the "Green Movement" in Iran to demonstrate opposition to the Islamic Republic and the manipulated presidential election results in 2009....

Militarization of the Iranian Judiciary
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Explains that widespread reports suggest that Sadeq Larijani, a young and inexperienced cleric with close ties to Iran's military and intelligence agencies, will officially replace Mahmoud Hashemi Sha...

Shiite Clerical Establishment Supports Khamenei
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Discusses how although a handful of marginal clerics and religious groups dispute the official result of Iran's recent presidential election, the Shiite clerical establishment as a whole currently sup...

The Voting Manipulation Industry in Iran
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2009.

...Discusses how three challengers to incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinezhad are expressing increased concern about the possibility of election fraud and manipulation of the election. Not only are there complain...

Creating effective international pressure for human rights in Iran
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2005.

...Discusses how Iran's human rights violations have recently worsened, and the Iranian government is becoming less concerned about international complaints on the matter....

Tehran's renewed war on culture
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2005.

...Analyzes Iran's current cultural clampdown....

Religious authority in Iraq and the election
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2005.

...Discusses how as Iraq approaches legislative elections, controversial Shi'ite leader Ayatollah Ali Sistani seems to be reducing his political activity....

Miscommunication between Iranian society and the West on Iran's nuclear program
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2006.

...Argues that the United States needs to find ways to reenergize its outreach to Iranian society in order to defuse the conflict over Iran's quest for nuclear power....

Perils and promise of U.S.-Iranian negotiations
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2006.

...Makes suggestions for how to maneuver negotiations between the U.S. and Iran over Iran's quest for nuclear power, should such negotiations ever come to pass....

Iran: international pressure and internal conflict
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2006.

...Argues that as the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany consult about what measures to take to influence Iran's decisions about its nuclear program, it is worth evaluating wha...

Getting the Message Across: Better Broadcasting to Iran
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2010.

...Argues that the best way to ensure strong and effective public diplomacy toward Iran is first to depoliticize U.S. government-funded Persian-language media, and second to continue raising standards, m...

One Year after a Rigged Election: Iran's Introverted Politics
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2010.

...Discusses how although the struggles within the Iranian government and with leaders of the opposition Green Movement is introverted in nature, both sides recognize the potential domestic political imp...

Internal Divisions among Iranian Hardliners Come to the Fore
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2010.

...Explores a longstanding pattern in the Islamic Republic in which as soon as one faction seizes power by cutting out its opponents, it splits into warring parties. Suggests that with Ahmadinezhad and h...

Iran's Political Super Bowl: Ahmadinezhad vs. Rafsanjani
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2011.

...Discusses how the ongoing power struggle within Iran's political elite will be on full display during the March 8-9, 2011 semiannual meeting of the Assembly of Experts, the body charged with selecting...

Iran's Continuing Power Struggles
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2011.

...Discusses the ongoing power struggle between Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Mahmoud Ahmadinezhad. Signs of deep fissures in the conservative camp are emerging just as the Islamic Rep...

'Bad Veils' and Arrested Scholars: Iran's Fear of a Velvet Revolution
von Khalaji, Mehdi
Washington Institute for Near East Policy 2007.

...Argues that despite the public bluster of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the regime's behavior shows it suffers from deep self-doubt. Suggests that the arrests of visiting Iranian-born U.S. scholars Ha...

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