Green Movement

Why Iran's Green Movement Will Not Rise Again

Dr Juliet Cohen | Posted 14.08.2013 | UK
Dr Juliet Cohen

Iranians are returning to the polls on 14 June to choose a successor to President Ahmadinejad now that he has served the maximum of two consecutive terms. A repeat of the terrible violence that marred the last election in 2009 is unlikely but this is not because the process will be free and fair this time.

You Too Have a Green Voice

Anders Lorenzen | Posted 19.09.2012 | UK
Anders Lorenzen

Looking at the posibilities alone for social media, you just have to use the examples of the Arab Spring to make note of what really is possible. In the enourmous environmental challenges we're facing we need to use both blogging and social media as a vital tool in overcoming them.

Fears Over Fresh Crackdown on Bloggers and Journalists as Iran's Elections Approach

Julie Tomlin | Posted 26.03.2012 | Home
Julie Tomlin

The recent wave of arrests of journalists and bloggers in Iran is a worrying sign of a government crackdown ahead of parliamentary elections in March.

Breaking Banking Ties With Iran is But One Step

Peter Martindale | Posted 25.01.2012 | UK Politics
Peter Martindale

It is abundantly clear to all, including the Iranian regime, that the West has intent to cause regime change in Iran. The new sanctions announced this week are a clear step towards that goal. It is the beginning of moves that the Iranian freedom movements have been asking the West for for some years.