Iran Regime’s Hardline Policies Will Not Prevail

3/11: The appointment of Raisi as the new judiciary chief is just the latest in a series of efforts to reassert a national identity that is under threat of overthrow at the hands of a resentful and overwhelmingly pro-democratic population.

International Condemnation of Iran Must Be Backed With Action

11/20: The international community cannot remain nonaligned. It is time to side with the Iranian people in their quest for democracy and a brighter future.

Trump Expected To Advance Religious Liberty at the UN

9/20: The Trump administration has commendably made religious freedom a major focus of its foreign policy.

After Thirty Years, Justice Must be Done for Iranian Dissidents’ Families

8/22: This summer marks the 30th anniversary of a massacre of political prisoners that has been widely described as one of the worst crimes against humanity to take place in the post-World War II era.

Blackwell: Terror Plot Reveals Iran Is Afraid Of Democratic Opposition But Not European Policy

7/18: This pattern of silence must come to an end, lest the threat grows still worse for European citizens as well as Iran’s pro-democracy opposition movement.

Blackwell: John Bolton: The Right Man, the Right Job at the Right Moment

4/8: The appointment of John Bolton’s as National Security Advisor has given rise to lively debate in American foreign policy circles.

Voices from the Grave Cry out for Justice in Iran

12/30: On Thursday, thousands of Iranians protested against the ruling regime in Iran’s second-largest city, Mashhad. Chants of “death to dictator” and “death to Rouhani” were brave and resounding.