Farideh Farhi

Bio: 

Farideh Farhi is an independent researcher and an affiliate of the Graduate Faculty of Political Science at the University of Hawai'i-Manoa.


Articles by this Author
Ahmadinejad's Nuclear Folly

The tumult in Iran since the June 12 presidential election is, without a doubt, the most significant sequence of events in the Islamic Republic since the 1979 revolution itself. No other occurrence -- not the Iran-Iraq war, not the 1989 turmoil...

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Anatomy of a Nuclear Breakthrough Gone Backwards

According to the headline writers at the hardline daily Keyhan, October 2 saw “a great victory for Iran” in Geneva. That day, Iran’s nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili had sat down with representatives of the five...

Iran’s Nuclear File

Iran's “Security Outlook”

Widespread apprehension attended the June 2005 election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the presidency of the Islamic Republic of Iran, at least among those Iranians who had approved of the country’s direction under the reformist clerics led by...

Narrowing the Options on the Table

Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran’s foreign minister and former representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), is not usually a sarcastic man. But he became one in early November following several days of leaks about the negative...