Iran country studies

Iran country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Ancient Iran
Immigration of the Medes and the Persians
The Achaemenid Empire
Alexander the Great
The Sassanids
Islamic Conquest
Invasions of the Mongols and Tamerlane
The Safavids, 1501-1722
The Qajars, 1795-1925
The Constitutional Revolution
World War I
The Era of Reza Shah
World War Ii and the Azarbaijan Crisis
Mossadeq and Oil Nationalization
The Shah's White Revolution
State and Society, 1964-74
Renewed Opposition
The Coming of the Revolution
The Bakhtiar Government
The Revolution
The Revolution - the New Constitution
The Bani Sadr Presidency
Terror and Repression
Consolidation of the Revolution
Geography
Topography
Climate
Society
Population
Major Cities
Emigration
Refugees
Peoples and Languages
The Persian Language
Lurs and Bakhtiaris
Baluchis
Kurds
Turkic-Speaking Groups
Azarbaijanis
Qashqais
Semitic Language Groups
Armenians
Structure of Society
Urban Society
Social Class
Urban Migration
Rural Society
Nomadic Society
The Family
Role of Women
Religion
Shia Islam
Sunni Muslims
Bahais
Christians
Jews
Zoroastrians
Education
The Economy
The Economy - Role of the Government
The Economy - the Iraq War
Labor Force
Petroleum Industry
Oil and Gas Industry
Non-Oil Industry
Carpets
Manufacturing
Mining
Tourism
Agriculture
Water
Land Use
Crops
Livestock
Fisheries
Forestry
Government and Politics
The Constitution
The Faqih
The Presidency
The Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers
The Majlis
The Council of Guardians
The Judiciary
Local Government
Political Dynamics
The Provisional Government
Bani Sadr
The Reign of Terror
The Consolidation of Theocracy
Political Parties
Islamic Republican Party
Opposition Political Parties in Exile
Political Orientations
The Mass Media
Foreign Policy
Concept of Export of Revolution
Concept of Neither East Nor West
The Iran-Iraq War
Relations with Regional Powers
Lebanon
International Organizations
Bibliography

http://www.parstimes.com/iran/
https://www.nytimes.com/topic/destination/iran


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