IranPolitik is a weblog on Iranian politics and its social and economic context. We cover a wide range of issues including Iranian domestic politics, foreign policy, the nuclear program, and cyberspace, among a wide range of other issues.
This blog is managed by Farzan Sabet. He is a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, and a doctoral candidate in International History at the Graduate Institute Geneva. Farzan’s expertise is in international security, nuclear proliferation, foreign policy analysis, the Cold War, the Middle East, and Iranian politics.
His writings have been published in peer-reviewed journals like the Journal of Public and International Affairs, Middle East Journal, and McGill Journal of Middle East Studies, and policy-relevant outlets like the Washington Post Monkey Cage blog, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Middle East Center and Sada blogs, New American Weekly blog, and War on the Rocks.
Farzan’s social media: Twitter