Reza Parchizadeh

Reza Parchizadeh is a political theorist and analyst with a focus on the Middle East, the United States, United Kingdom and Russia. He defended his doctoral dissertation at Indiana University of Pennsylvania under the title “The Recurring Progress of English Political Thought in Shakespeare’s Histories.” Reza is a contributing member of World Shakespeare Bibliography, the prestigious joint project of Johns Hopkins University, and Shakespeare Association of America that constitutes the single-largest Shakespeare database in the world.
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Iran’s Regime Survives on a Well-Maintained Myth

The Islamic Republic of Iran is a fundamentally ideological regime with the teleological goal of establishing an Islamist world empire. The mythology of this regime’s ideology naturally requires the existence of the forces of “good” and “evil” along a rigidly drawn line. The regime regards itself and its allies as good, and the West in general — and the United States, Israel and... Continue Reading

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