Saudi-Iran Pact Marks Eclipsing Of Sectarianism in Middle East

The policies pursued in the aftermath of the 1979 Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini-led Iranian revolution stoked sectarian hatred in the region but they have been discarded in line with the changed geo-political realities

Iraq Diaries: Remnant Of Golden Age, One Of World’s 1st Varsities

A tapering gateway of inscriptions and geometric themes now leads to Mustansiriya University, one of the world’s oldest universities which survived the Mongol onslaught, floods, and manmade and natural calamities that claimed much of Baghdad’s heritage over centuries 

Iran Hijab Protests: Why Regime Change Is Easier Said Than Done

Regime change has been a recurring theme in Iranian discourse. It has had resonance since 1951 when the West removed democratically-elected Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh (1880-1967) from power for keeping his poll promise of nationalizing oil to invest its profits for the welfare of the poor

Boomerang: Regime Change In Iran, Iraq Hurt West’s Interests

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's allegations that the US backed an attempt to oust him in April 2022 put a spotlight on Washington's involvement in regime changes Mohammed Mossadegh has been described as the region’s ‘first liberal leader’ and a rationalist. Picture courtesy By Sameer Arshad Khatlani When former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran … Continue reading Boomerang: Regime Change In Iran, Iraq Hurt West’s Interests