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Zibakalam’s Editorial: Proving One’s Political Existence by Denigrating Others

In a recent editorial published in Iran newspaper, Sadegh Zibakalam, a professor of political sciences at University of Tehran and a senior analyst, discussed how anti-government elements try to taint the image of President Hassan Rouhani’s administration even by ignoring national interests.

11th Government’s Policies Include Opening Artistic and Cultural Doors

The Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance said, “The Government of Hassan Rouhani has tried to apply open-door legal policies to these fields, which prevent unnecessary objections.”

Sixth Development Plan: To trim a fat government

The Sixth Development Plan proposed by the government is to help bring changes to the economic, energy and industrial sectors as well as government recruitments.

I disagree with you, Mr. President!

Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst, has said that university students and lecturers can critique the government, but that it is not their number one responsibility.

Deft diplomacy in dealing with Mina tragedy

No more measures – than what have been adopted so far – would have been taken in dealing with the Hajj incident even if the president had returned home halfway through his UN trip, Musa Alizadeh Tabatabaei said.

Ebtekar: I think President Rouhani knows how to play chess

Iran’s environment chief says she thinks President Rouhani can masterfully play chess because he is a strategy-minded individual.

Iran sanctions to be lifted one after another: President Rouhani

President Rouhani said his administration has gone beyond expectations in achieving its objectives in its first two years in office.

Achievement of Iranian gov’t beyond expectations: Rouhani

President Rouhani said that the end results of the negotiations were a win-win.

The 11th government is landscaping Iran’s front yard, not the US backyard

Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst, has said that the Rouhani administration seeks to make friends with its neighbors, instead of strengthening its foothold in the US backyard.

Laylaz: Iran’s economy is not sanctionable (PART TWO)

If we had acted before the economy plunged into this crisis, sanctions would definitely have failed to bite.

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