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Title The Iranian green movement [electronic resource] / Debra A. Miller, book editor.

Imprint Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2012.

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Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Gale Opposing Viewpoints Ebook  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Series Current controversies
Current controversies.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 150-154) and index.
Contents Ch. 1. What is the nature of Iran's green movement? The Iranian green movement is a protest against government corruption / Austin Bay -- The Iranian green movement is revolutionary / Mahmood Delkhasteh, interviewed by Behdad Bordbar -- The Iranian green movement is not revolutionary / Arshin Adib-Moghaddam -- The Iranian green movement is a civil rights movement / Hooman Majd -- The Iranian green movement is a Twitter revolution / Jared Keller -- Ch. 2. Has Iran's green movement been destroyed? The Iranian green movement has been stifled temporarily / Hossein Aryan -- The idea of an Iranian revolution was always unrealistic / Fareed Zakaria -- Iran's green movement is not dead / Michael Singh -- The Iranian green movement is alive / James Miller -- Iranian green movement supporters will not quit / Omid Memarian and Roja Heydarpour -- Ch. 3. Is Iran's green movement related to uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt? Iran's green movement inspired protests in Tunisia and Egypt / Barbara Slavin -- The protests in Tunisia and Egypt are victories for Iran's green movement / Hamid Dabashi -- Egypt's political unrest offers lessons for Iran's green movement / Muhammad Sahimi -- The situation in Iran differs from that in Tunisia / Steven Heydemann -- The Arab revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt transcend the shortcomings of Iran's Islamic revolution / Roxane Farmanfarmaian -- Ch. 4. What is the future of reform in Iran? Iranians remain hopeful of eventual reform / Jane Bao -- Iran's green movement needs better organization and strategy / Karim Sadjadpour -- The Iranian green movement faces numerous foes / Azadeh Moaveni -- Other Middle East revolutions may energize the Iranian green movement / Scott Peterson -- Iran's green movement will not rise up after protests in Tunisia and Egypt / Hooman Majd -- Iran's leaders are unlikely to allow any opening for protest / Daniel Brumberg -- The Iranian green movement must operate on its own timetable / Mohsen Milani, interviewed by World Blog -- The United States must stop obstructing Iran's pro-democracy movement / Chris Hedges.
Access Access limited to licensed institutions.
Subject Green movement -- Iran.
Environmentalism -- Iran.
Iran -- Politics and government.
Iran -- Environmental conditions.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Miller, Debra A.
ISBN 9780737756265 (hardcover)
0737756268 (hardcover)
9780737756272 (pbk.)
0737756276 (pbk.)

 
    
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