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The world is watching
Interview with presidential candidate, Hooshang Amirahmadi
Arash Salehi

Viable option
Breaking the logjam of the nuclear issue can open the door to progress on other U.S.-Iran grievances
December 30, 2004

Iran is no Afghanistan
Iran and the US should listen to the voice of reason
February 19, 2002

The time is now
A new beginning in Iran-U.S. relations
December 22, 2000

Sea of opportunities

... if large and small states cooperate over the Caspian
August 15, 2000

Giving all a piece of the pie
The political risks of various pipeline routes in the Caspian basin
November 12, 1998


From confrontation to modus vivendi?

Iran-U.S. relations 19 years after the hostage crisis
November 4, 1998

Standing against Taliban - together
Afghanistan crisis calls for U.S.-Iran cooperation
October 1, 1998


National interests come first

The Taliban are a product of U.S. policy of dual-containment
September 14, 1998


Sanctions counter-productive

They help the most anti-American elements in Iran
July 1996

Iran's power structure
Sowing seeds of reform
March 1996

From political Islam to secular nationalism
The time has come to reconsider the image of Iran as a rigidly religious society
January 1996

The Civil Society approach to Iranian studies
Attention should increasingly focus on developments within the civil society
September 1995

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Dr. Hooshang Amirahmadi is a Professor and Director of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey and President of the American Iranian Council.

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