The founder of one of the first Iranian ad agencies to focus on social media has some advice for Russian businesses: You’ll adapt and survive, but it’ll be brutal.
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As the planet warms, the worst dry spell in two decades has coincided with Afghanistan’s political and economic upheaval.
Such drones make it possible to conduct small, targeted assaults that slip through multibillion-dollar defense systems designed to deter more advanced weapons.
The nation's long-brewing crisis over water scarcity is the result of decades of unchecked industrial expansion.
Ebrahim Raisi, Iran's new president, brings a staunchly anti-Western brand of politics to the executive branch.
Ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi swept to a landslide win in Iran’s presidential election, potentially setting Tehran on a more hostile course toward the West.
Iran’s mid-2021 presidential election, as well as likely continued Republican control of the U.S. Senate, will put the brakes on quick, substantive action, analysts said.
There can’t have been many worse times to start a new business in Iran. Even before officials in the Islamic Republic alerted the public to a major outbreak of the coronavirus, the country started the year in a tense standoff with the U.S. while ...
Iran, locked in a worsening political standoff with Western powers, has handed down death sentences to several nationals accused of being part of a CIA-trained spy network uncovered earlier this year, an official said on Monday. Seventeen people were arrested in all, a senior intelligence ...