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After Fakhrizadeh killing: Why Iranian over-reaction is unlikely

The election of Joe Biden as next U.S.president has instilled urgency in the anti-Iran front (above all Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the Trump administration),...

Iranian Nuclear Scientist’s Assassination: Its Implications and Expectations from India

While novel coronavirus is the persistent crisis that the world is facing, the assassination of a key Nuclear Physicist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in Iran on...

Covid-19 and the Curious Case of Iran: Will it lead to Gulf’s Version of...

What started off as pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan city of China – the novel corona virus– has become a global pandemic as...

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Kai-Fu Lee is a celebrated computer scientist, born in Taiwan, raised in America and now settled in Beijing. This book is divided into two...

Book Review | Iran: Cyber Repression

Iran: Cyber ​​Repression, a book published by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, is an ideal revelation of state-backed cyber warfare focused on...

Book Review | Countdown to Zero Day

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