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Intervention – ‘Rethinking Democracy in Iran: Rouhani President Elect of Iranians’

by Simin Fadaee, Humboldt-University of Berlin The landslide victory of moderate-reformist Hassan Rouhani in Iran’s recent presidential election came as a surprise for the West. Until the day of the … Continue reading

7 August 2013 · 1 Comment

Yo: are we (still) racist?

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley When I teach classes about race and geography, I often use the civil rights movement to start a conversation about the ways in which racial … Continue reading

1 February 2012 · 2 Comments

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