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Azar Nafisi

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Novelist, journalist and academic; Visiting fellow and Director of Cultural Conversations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC; author of Reading Lolita in Tehran and Things I Have Been Silent About, she is currently writing a book on the neglect of imagination and thought in the US

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A Separation  is nominated for Best Foreign Language Picture and for Best Screenplay, even though it was written in Farsi.

Can 'A Separation' Help Close the US-Iran Divide?

A Separation is nominated for Best Foreign Language Picture and for Best Screenplay, even though it was written in Farsi.

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After a weekend of protests across the country, the government of Iran today organized large-scale counter demonstrations including threats of death to future dissenters, threats…

Iran: A Nation in Turmoil

After a weekend of protests across the country, the government of Iran today organized large-scale counter demonstrations including threats of death to future dissenters, threats…

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