n.60 July/August 2015
Modern megacities and villages, remote plateaus and deserts, mysticism and unbridled trading, sublime poetry and capital punishment, exquisite crafts and widespread torture, the most welcoming people closed off from the world, highly qualified women encased in their hijabs. Visitors are immediately required to disguise themselves (the women) or become accomplices (the men)…
by Fatima Fitzgerald
Iranian cartoons belong to a poetic tradition that carries political clout.
by Fabrizio Goria
A new approach to capitalism is possible.
by Elisabeth Roman
Muslims and Jews don't eat pork. A prohibition that stems from a number of factors.
by Luca Borsari
The Tehran Project - In order to halt Iran in its race towards the atomic bomb, the United States government has built “a secret replica of Iran’s nuclear facilities”, according to an article published in The New York Times.