Author profile: Ramesh Sepehrrad

Dr. Ramesh Sepehrrad is Adjunct Faculty at George Mason University, teaching courses on Global Conflict Analysis and Gender; and a scholar practitioner from School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (SCAR) – also at George Mason University. She has served as conference director, moderator and panelist at various academic institutions, congressional seminars. Her work has been published in The Brown Journal World Affairs, The Washington Post, The National Interest, The Washington Times, Women e-news, United Press International, Feminist Voice, and others.

A Revolution is Brewing in Iran but What Comes Next?

A Revolution is Brewing in Iran but What Comes Next?

The MEK exemplify a rare oppositional force in Iranian history, one that is worthy of curiosity by those serious to understand the Iranian affairs.

Is Revolution Brewing in Iran?

Is Revolution Brewing in Iran?

Women and young people have joined with many other oppressed sectors of Iranian society and created a clear path toward a real and popular revolution in Iran.

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