The time is ripe for restructuring American discourse on Iran. The landmark interim accord between the P5+1 and Iran has generated a storm of speculation. Critics have voiced outrage, echoing Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s claim that the agreement marks a “historic mistake.” Proponents of the agreement now talk over one another, appealing to their respective... Continue Reading
Uditinder Thakur received his Bachelor's in International Studies from the American University's School of International Service in Washington DC. He has studied extensively in the fields of US foreign policy, international development and comparative religion, and has traveled throughout South Asia and the Middle East for the purposes of furthering his knowledge of both regions. Thakur has served in various research capacities at a number of think-tanks and research centers in Washington DC, and is currently based out of Mumbai where he continues to write on issues of politics, development, religion and culture.