Author Archives: jahannavidi
Over the next few weeks, I will posting a few more articles to get this blog revamped. A lot of things to write about including the Paris Agreement at COP21, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between Iran and … Continue reading
For many people, moving to the United States of America represents a chance for a new beginning. The “American dream” presents seemingly boundless opportunities and the prospect for a life their home countries may not offer. This American dream is … Continue reading
Since High School, I’ve had a desire to visit Cuba. There is something strangely fascinating about the small Caribbean state that evokes a sense of adventure, mystery and a journey into the depths of the unknown that excites me. As … Continue reading
This article originally appeared in The Sydney Globalist’s “Shifting Seats” edition in 2012. It assesses my previous work on Iran’s post 2009 election crisis in light of the region’s historic leadership changes. In 2009, at the height of the controversial Iranian … Continue reading
This article originally appeared in The Sydney Globalist’s “Faith Game” Edition in 2013. It explores Israel’s clandestine nuclear weapons program and recommends their inclusion in the nuclear non-proliferation regime. From the deplorable events in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, to the … Continue reading
After much deliberation, I have finally decided to create this blog as an outlet for my articles, essays and miscellaneous thoughts and travels. Feedback is always welcomed!