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    World History Change Over Time: Iran The Persian Empire‚ now known as Iran‚ was the most powerful empire in the Middle East. It’s located in southwest Asia with Iraq‚ Afghanistan‚ Turkey‚ and the Caspian Sea as its borders. Iran broke apart of the Persian Empire in 1930. The country still managed to maintain its identity by keeping its own language and interpretation of Islam. Khomeini was an Iranian religious and political leader who made Iran the world’s first Islamic republic in 1979

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    Middle East :: Iran | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Introduction ::Iran | Background: | Known as Persia until 1935‚ Iran became an Islamic republic in 1979 after the ruling monarchy was overthrown and Shah Mohammad Reza PAHLAVI was forced into exile. Conservative clerical forces established a theocratic system of government with ultimate political authority vested in a learned religious scholar referred to commonly as the Supreme Leader

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    Sanctions On Iran

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    Sanctions on Iran Final Draft Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979‚ Iran has been under sanctions by the U.S. All sanctions on Iran should be lifted because these sanctions affect the economy of the U.S‚ put innocent Iranian civilians under major hardships‚ and increase tensions between Iran‚ the U.S.‚ and the U.S. allies such as Israel. Based solely on speculation‚ America and allies believe that Iran is beginning to enrich uranium to‚ in the future‚ construct a nuclear bomb. These allegations

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    Insecurity In Iran

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    Iran always had a history of insecurity; this had affected its foreign policy making and its self-defense actions. Instances in history have created the feeling of insecurity in Iran: Iran was divided in 1907 in a convention held and signed by Sir Arthur Nicolson the British ambassador to Russia‚ count Alexander Izvolsky who was the Russian foreign minister. In this convention‚ Iran was split into three zones: A zone under the control of the British authorities in the southeast‚ northern Persia under

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    Women In Iran

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    Women in Iran live an unparalleled life in terms of their contradictory nature. Their literacy rate is 70%‚ the won the right to vote before Switzerland and Portugal‚ both stereotypical Eurocentric hubs‚ and they hold more university seats than Americans. Under the reformist President Khatami‚ they were appointed to government office‚ developed women’s organizations‚ and began publishing magazines and websites that facilitated communication between one another. However‚ this was quickly dissolved

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    Iran Vacation

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    Communications April 13‚ 2013 Iran is a country that very few American tourists would consider visiting. Iran is considered to be almost the age of history; it was home to one of the most ancient civilizations in the world. There is evidence of the current and historical impacts of Iran’s culture from the heart of Europe to the Nile River. Iran is a nation located in the Middle East; it is bodied by the Caspian Sea‚ the Gulf of Oman‚ and the Persian Gulf (Travel.State.gov‚ 2013). Iran is central to many conflict

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    Sanctions on Iran Duje Bobeta- 120791260 The economic sanctions on the Islamic Republic of Iran have been a major international topic in western media for over 30 years‚ and have still yet to show the fruits of its intense labor. A subject of continual controversy on both sides of the conflict‚ it seems as if the west and Iran have reached a stalemate within their diplomatic relations. The growing concern the west has is the fear of Iran’s growing nuclear capability‚ while Iran fear is being

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    United States and Iran (then Persia) relations began in the late 1800’s. King Nasser-al-Din Shah sent an ambassador to Washington D.C. although Americans had been traveling to Iran since the mid 1800’s (1‚1). From the late 1800’s till World War II‚ relations were very friendly and many of the representatives for Iran saw the United States as a “third force” in there drive to break free from the British and Russian dominance in Persian affairs (1‚1). The United States relations with Iran led was very costly

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    Iran Pollution

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    Comparative Literature September 10‚ 2013 The Islamic Republic of Iran is a country rich in history‚ culture‚ and beautiful landscapes. All of these wonderful characteristics are in jeopardy of being destroyed. Not by wars‚ riots‚ or naturals disasters‚ but by air pollution. The volume of pollution in Iran is commonly associated with their domestic fuel production. This production of fuel increased when sanctions were imposed by the United States and European Union several years ago. These sanctions

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    Tehran, Iran

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    Tehran is the capital of Iran and the Tehran Province. With a population of around 8.3 million and surpassing 14 million in the larger metropolitan area‚ Tehran is Iran’s largest city and urban area‚ and one of the largest cities in Western Asia. In fact‚ Tehran is ranked 29th largest in the world by the population of its metropolitan area. The capital city is located in the northern‚ middle section of Iran near the border of the Caspian Sea. The Tehran Metropolitan area is about 265 sq miles in

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