Analysing the recent uprising by working-class Iran in the context of a battle for democracy which has spanned longer than a century.
In Democracy in Iran: Why It Failed and How It Might Succeed, Misagh Parsa asks why some countries democratise themselves through reform, while others have to take the revolution route.
41 suspects have also been arrested for having ties to the twin attacks that killed 17 in the city of Tehran last week.
According to Trump’s administration, the existing deal had ignored all other threats that Iran posed and only delays their goal of becoming a nuclear state.
It is easier to be united in outrage against a singular, spectacularly brutal act of violence than against the normalised, everyday violence of the state anywhere in the world.