Iran Essay Topics

OECD Countries and Iran

As internet is gradually maturing and presenting a paradigm shift in its very ideation, the infrastructure has acquired a business character, a transcontinental personality and a vending framework of wide-ranging, business, educational, scientific and personal data. Now the use of internet covers real-time computer conferencing, audio broadcasting, video broadcasting, real time telephony and of course… View Article

Countries and Iran

The study ventured to assess selected variables associated with the ICT exports and broadband penetration in the OECD member-countries and Iran. Specifically, the following areas were tackled : ICT exports in the OECD member-countries and the Middle East based on their revealed comparative advantage; Broadband penetration in the OECD member-countries and the Middle East including… View Article

Iran-Pakistan Relations

Islamic Republic of Iran, suspected of being in process to develop atomic weapons, and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, which is a declared nuclear power, are two important Muslim countries and have maintained good historic relations between them. The religious schism and their clash of interests in Afghanistan, though, has often created tensions for them…. View Article

Reasons for United States Possible Attack on Iran

The topic on the possibility of United States launching a military attack against Iran has dominated much news for several years since the Bush administration and during which some quarters speculated that such an attack would be ordered before the administration left office. As early as 2005, a number of articles had started revealing the… View Article

Globalization in Iran

1. Historical: Entered globalization in 1906 as they created a constitution that developed democratic principles. 2. 3 Consequences: 1. Growing disparity between urban and rural areas. 2. Cut back in government spending and education along with health care. 3. Limited evolution since the colonial period. 3. 3 Barriers: 1. Lack of new improved technology. 2…. View Article

Impact of education on Iran post-revolution

Iran’s capital is Tehran, which is also the largest city and acts as a center for the commercial, industrial, administrative, educational activities. Apart from Tehran, there are other cities like Esfahan, Mashhad, Tabriz, Shiraz, Ahwaz, etc. It was estimated in 2002 that the population of Iran was about 66,622,704, which was almost double than that… View Article

The Influences of Islamic Culture Towards Architecture

I. Introduction Islamic architecture encompasses a wide range of both secular and religions style from the foundation of Islam to present day. Most of the building is influenced by Islamic element with variety of style in which are Persian style, Indo-Islamic style and Indonesian-Malay style. II. Body A. The first style of Islamic culture that… View Article

Isfahan, the City of Paradise

Isfahan, Old Persian Aspadana, the capital of Isfahan Province, is the Iran’s third largest city after Tehran and Mashhad. This amazing patch of heaven, which is called by Persians as “half of the world”, has imperishable roots in history, unique pearls in architecture and exquisite paragons of art and handicrafts. As a bright star in… View Article

World Civilizations

Alexander the Great. What types of qualities come to mind when you hear that name? An idealistic king? A brutal ant agonizer? Whichever trait you choose to describe Alexander the Great, one thing is for sure: he is one of the most perplexing great figure in out time. Alexander III of Macedon, more commonly referred… View Article

Death and Women in Sadegh Hedayat’s “The Blind Owl”

INTRODUCTION Sadeq Hedayat’s ‘The Blind Owl’ is one of the most important literary works in Persian language. The original Persian text of The Blind Owl, marked “not for sale in Iran,” appeared as a mimeographed publication in India in 1937. It was assumed at the time that Hedayat feared the repressive rule of Reza Shah;… View Article

Persepolis & Not Without My Daughter

The Iranian revolution of 1979 refers to the overthrowing of the last king of Iran. It was an Islamic revolution which attempted to replace Mohammed Reza Shah, with an Islamic republic under Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of the revolution. Strong opposition against the Shah showed that the people wanted a religious ruler rather than… View Article

Iran continues to bravely slam USA and its closest ally, Israel

The news is about the UN decision to invite President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran to the food summit in Rome Italy. It features the reaction of Israel’s President Shimon Peres claiming that Ahmadinejad’s appearance on the summit would distract attention from problems of hunger in the world. The reaction of President Perez stemmed from the… View Article

Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi Analysis

In the book, Persepolis, by Marjane Satrapi, the main character is the author as a young girl growing up in Iran during the Islamic Revolution of 1979. She starts off as an incredibly positive child with enormous faith in herself and her relationship with G-d. Through her experiences, especially when she was in her crucial,… View Article

Persepolis Study Guide

Introduction 1. Satrapi is trying to dispel the stereotypical image that all Iranians are fundamentalists, extremists, or terrorists. 2. The author’s two motives for writing the book are to dispel the stereotype and to honor the memory of those who fought for freedom and died. “The Veil” 1. The novel begins in 1979. 2. The… View Article

Iranian Revolution and Persepolis Booklet Conventions

High and Low cultures are terms given to value the quality of the text. Low culture text is usually the text written for entertainment and pleasure and does not encourage complex reflection and thoughts . Comics are considered as a Low culture and comics and graphic novel are similar to each other but graphic novel… View Article

Iran Country

The Islamic Republic of Iran is a constitutional, theocratic republic in which Shia Muslim clergy and political leaders vetted by the clergy dominate the key power structures. Government legitimacy is based on the twin pillars of popular sovereignty–albeit restricted–and the rule of the supreme leader of the Islamic Revolution. The current supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali… View Article

Communication Theory

Introduction Media censorship can be described as a practice where speech or other methods of public communication are considered to be harmful and sensitive or not suitable as determined by the government, media companies or other regulating bodies (West & Turner, 2010). Media censorship has been a common practice in the Arab world, and this… View Article

Personal Troubles and Public Issues in Persepolis

Marjane Satrapi’s novel Persepolis is an in depth look at Marjane’s child hood in Iran. Throughout the novel Marji faces many public issues which directly relate to her personal troubles. While Marji was growing up she witnessed the relinquishment of the Shah’s regime, The Islamic revolution and the Iraq v Iran war. Her novel covers… View Article

Iran-Contra affair

The United States became a child of the enlightenment with the birth of its diplomacy in the modern world with an exceptionalist self perception. Its diplomacy was reinforced with a moral force owing to its messianic tendencies during its initial visions. The goals of the nation were unambiguously articulated in the early works of the… View Article


The Iran-Contra affair involved US activities in Iran and Nicaragua during the Reagan administration. After the 1979 Islamic revolution, Iran became “stridently anti-American. ” The US severed Diplomatic relations and imposed sanctions (United Sates 3). The Reagan administration (1981-1989) wanted to improve relations with Iran by supporting individuals and groups considered moderate. In Nicaragua, the… View Article

Brief History

Iran, or what is formally called as the Islamic Republic of Iran, has a rich culture starting out since 8000 B.C. (Ladjevardian par. 2). The historic trends that transpired since then up to the present has had a lot to do with the political turmoil which the country has experienced. The economy and the culture… View Article

Iran Nuclear Program: For Fuel or Weapons

While the United States and many European nations disapprove of Iran’s diplomatic policies, the nation is undeniably powerful. It is a nation that is growing more and more economically and militarily. Today, the country is still at odds with the US and Israel and the conflict between the nations has revived a nuclear threat that… View Article

Iranian Nuclear program

The aim of the report is to collect relevant information about the Iranian nuclear program on various aspects. The comprehensive approach associated with the paper analyzes the topic from the first point. The concerns that are addressed in the paper are the main reasons behind the initiation of the Iranian Nuclear program, the consequences (sanctions)… View Article

Iran And Weapons Of Mass Destruction

Iran is a signatory to the international treaties that prohibits production and keeping of weapons of mass destruction. These treaties are; the chemical weapons convection, the biological weapons convention and the nuclear Non-Profiliferation Treaty (NPT). Despite its ratification of these treaties, Iran is currently believed to be possessing weapons of mass destruction. After the Iraq-Iran… View Article

U.S. Nuclear non-proliferation policy towards Iran

The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) came into force March 05, 1970, with the aims of ensuring that firstly, the five recognized nuclear states (the USA, China, France, the Societ Union and the United Kingdom) did not sell or give nuclear weapons to non-nuclear states. , The second pillar requires signatories to deliberately solidify… View Article

Celta Focus on the Learner

Learner Profile I interviewed ******** an Iranian 31 year old female student in the Level I class. ****’s native language is Persian (Farsi). **** came to England a year ago to join her Iranian husband who has been living and working in England for the past 5 years. At present they have no children. She… View Article

Iran-Contra affair

The Iran-Contra affair was a US scandal that occurred in the mid 1980s under the leadership of President Ronald Reagan and vice president George bush. The scandal majorly involved two events. First, there was the sale of US arms to one of its main enemies, Iran and then the millions of dollars in profits derived… View Article

Elections, Political Parties, and Civil Society in Authoritarian Regimes

Within many Authoritarian Regimes, the conditions are very similar and the political participation becomes severely limited. The following essay will attempt to briefly capture a few key characteristics of two countries in terms of elections, political parties, and the role of civil societies within the state. The two countries that I will be discussing are… View Article

Everyone responds to conflict according to their values

People react to conflict due to their values. In the novel ‘Every Man In This Village Is a Liar’ Megan Stack has allies who make an oath to protect her at all cost. A person’s values may also include, they would never physically hurt another person and they are against it then in times of… View Article