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Revolutionary Iran

by- Michael Axworthy


Revolutionary Iran (2013) covers the story of contemporary Iran, from the roots of the 1979 revolution in the early twentieth century through the reactions to Ahmadinejad's second presidential victory in 2009. The book also dispels myths and covers domestic politics and cultural conflicts in the country.

Axworthy, Michael George Andrew, was a British professor, author, and pundit. Between 1998 to 2000, he was the head of the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office's Iran branch.

• Contemporary global politics students
• Minds curious to learn more about modern Iranian history
• Middle Easterners who want to learn more about the link between religion and democracy