How Trump IS Ruining UN Credibility

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi

Interpol's Double Standards in Rejecting Iran's Warrant for Trump

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
On January 3, 2020 an assassination order was issued by US President Trump that divided history of the West of Asia region into two parts. American forces, apparently abetted by Israelis, attacked the convoy carrying Iranian legendary IRGC Quds Force Commander Major General Qassem Soleimani and Iraq...

Anatomy of A Cancerous Virus

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
The only real solution to the situation in Palestine is first to resist strongly to establish a new, fair balance of power and further to hold a referendum.

The Big Brother Has Already Been Watching You

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
States have already resorted to or are pondering over using technology to exert measures to force people to obey social distancing rules, ususally by surveillance on cellphones’.

How West Ended Up in Westlessness

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
The world at large is apparently becoming less western and the Westlessness is occurring.

Reformists vs. Reformists in Iran’s Parliament Elections

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
Reformists tried to exploit vetting system in their own favor to buy sympathy among voters, but faced a general disapproval of incumbent reformist government.

New Era of Islamic World in Ayatollah Khamenei’s Worldview

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
It all started by the assassination of General Soleimani; now it is a matter of time to see when and how the Americans will leave the region and the new era of the Islamic world will be shaped.

Can Iranian Soft Power in Iraq Survive Post-Truth Politics?

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
Sixteen years after US invasion of Iraq in 2003, the western Asian country is again one of the headline makers across the world. Long after the destructive war, and reveal of false claims about WMD, Iraq is still a quagmire for the United States, in recent years as a battlefield against Iran’s influence.

How Iran’s Protests Are Different from Iraq, Lebanon

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh
From the day one of the eruption of protests in Iraq and Lebanon, many mainstream media outlets in the west as well as regional media were insisting on drawing parallels between the situation in Iran and those countries.

Who Killed Iran-US Relations?

Hamidreza Gholamzadeh Natanzi
On the 40th anniversary of the capture of the Den of Espionage; who should be blamed for the seizure of the embassy and hostility toward the United States and its diplomats in Tehran