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Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau

Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau are researchers at the University of Cambridge, with expertise in international law, the media, big data and the current Iranian regime.

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Worse than prison? America's privatised detention centres

25 July, 2018

Comment: Private detention centres have become draconian hellholes driven by the perverse incentive of profit, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau.

The torn identity: Being an immigrant in Trump's America

09 July, 2018

Comment: Anti-immigrant sentiment is now mainstream in Trump's America, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau.

Bolton's MEK ties make him more lobbyist than statesman

08 June, 2018

Comment: Bolton's ties to the cult-like, violent, exiled Iranian group the MEK, are extremely alarming, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau.

So Trump violated the Iran deal, now what?

09 May, 2018

Comment: Israel and Saudi Arabia are the only winners in a situation that leaves the US significantly weakened, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau.

Ghosts of 1979: Iran protests won't bring regime change

11 January, 2018

Comment: Unlike 1979, there is no unifying force among the anti-government protesters, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau.

Trump's Middle East policy: absurd and incoherent

11 July, 2017

Comment: President Trump has abandoned his promised 'non-interventionism' to destroy whatever remnants of a delicate balance remained in the Middle East, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau.

Rouhani's landslide quells risk of escalation, despite Trump's hostility

22 May, 2017

Comment: Just a day after Iranians re-elected moderate negotiator Rouhani, Trump accused Iran's government of wanting death to America, and closed a $110 billion arms deal with the Saudis.

Iran's presidential race heats up on eve of polling

18 May, 2017

The last week has seen a cascade of new developments in Iran's presidential race. Just a day before polling opens, we take a look at the latest developments.

Iran elections 2017: A new direction for foreign policy?

17 May, 2017

How might Iran's new president shape its foreign policy? Here we take a look at three scenarios: The path to hell, the same ol', same ol', and de-escalation.

A who's who of Iran's presidential candidates

12 May, 2017

Part II of our special coverage of Iran's upcoming presidential elections on May 19. Here we take a look at the six men the Guardian Council has approved to run.

A step by step guide to Iran's presidential elections

10 May, 2017

Although anyone can put their name down to run, the list of potential candidates is vetted by the 12-member Guardian Council long before polls open.

Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau
Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau

Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau are researchers at the University of Cambridge, with expertise in international law, the media, big data and the current Iranian regime.

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