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Alexander Azadgan

A multi-awarded American professor of Strategic Global Management & International Political Economy and a senior geopolitical analyst with Press TV, CCTV (CGTN America), Revolution Radio, Radio Sputnik (English, Persian & Russian desk), Fars News Agency, Tastim News, IRIB, Sahar TV, Balt News, Tehran Times, Mehr News Agency, among others. Professor Azadgan is also the Editor-at-Large with United World International (UWI), the former Editor-at-Large with ImperiaNews.com, and the former Editor-in-Chief with MiddleEastRising.com & LibertyBeacon.com (their Middle Eastern Affairs Desk). Follow him at his YouTube channel 

 

 

Expert materials

Would Blacklisting Iran’s IRGC and Increasing US Military Presence in the Persian Gulf Lead to Hostilities in the Strait of Hormuz? PART 2

Would Blacklisting Iran’s IRGC and Increasing US Military Presence in the Persian Gulf Lead to Hostilities in the Strait of Hormuz? PART 2

Washington’s recent designation of the IRGC as an FTO was overlooked in the Western media as a typical story
Would Blacklisting Iran’s IRGC and Increasing US Military Presence in the Persian Gulf Lead to Hostilities in the Strait of Hormuz? PART 1

Would Blacklisting Iran’s IRGC and Increasing US Military Presence in the Persian Gulf Lead to Hostilities in the Strait of Hormuz? PART 1

Washington’s recent designation of Iran’s elite, 125,000-member IRGC as an FTO was more or less overlooked in the Western media as a typical story and lost in the short attention span of the daily news cycle
Was Samuel Huntington right about his “clash of civilizations”?

Was Samuel Huntington right about his “clash of civilizations”?

Western nations have dominated much of the world for nearly five centuries...
The Many Global Angles of UK’s Blacklisting of the Lebanese Hezbollah and the West’s Continuous Hypocrisy

The Many Global Angles of UK’s Blacklisting of the Lebanese Hezbollah and the West’s Continuous Hypocrisy

Not much to our surprise, on Monday February 26th, we learned that United Kingdom finally blacklisted the political wing of the Lebanese resistance movement known as Hezbollah