Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Iran, briefly

Harvard's Belfer Center has a web site called, "Iran Matters." I'm not sure whether "matters" is used as a noun or a verb, but there's good info there. Some of it is a bit old, but the section on the nuclear/sanctions negotiations has been updated. Here are the section titles for one page. This could be a good review guide.

Politics in Iran
What type of government does Iran have?

What does Iran’s power structure look like?...

Who’s who in Iran’s political system?

What impact has Rouhani's election had?

Who predicted Rouhani’s election?
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