As the owner and the principal writer and editor of Iran Review, I have more than 40 years of political and academic experience. I have lived through the 1979 Iranian Revolution and been active in several Iranian and non-Iranian political organizations in North America and Europe for many years. I have been studying political science (undergraduate to Ph.D. level), researching , and teaching in Canada since 1990.
As a political scientist and instructor, I have researched and taught a variety of university-level courses in such fields and sub-fields as International Relations, Political Economy , Iranian & Middle Eastern History and Politics, Histories & Politics of Islam, Comparative Politics, Human Rights and Equity Studies, Law, and Canadian Government and Politics.
As a research, I have been involved in many
projects related to refugees and diaspora communities, socio-political transformation in the Middle
East, globalization, and political
economy. Furthermore, I have experience coordinating research projects and
I will use my vast theoretical, political, research,
and teaching knowledge and experience to
provide you with unbiased, factual, critical, and sound understanding of political developments in Iran and other
Middle Eastern countries in the context of global politics.