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Touraj Jafarieh

Touraj Jafarieh



Touraj Jafarieh, co-founder of Open Society, is a journalist specialized in multimedia communications, with extensive experience on blogs, social networks and web journalism. He has several years of experience, working with newspapers, news agencies, radio and television. Lately he has been focusing on "The phenomenon of blogging and freedom of expression: The paradigmatic case of Iran".


Ph.D. in Spanish Language and its Literatures, M.Sc. in Professional Multimedia Journalism, M.A. in Contemporary Literature, all at Complutense University of Madrid, B.A. in Spanish Philology at Allameh Tabatabai University of Tehran


English, Spanish, French, Persian

In current world, where despite all the security controls, borders are dying slowly away, our societies are more integrated, and different cultures intermingle, education is vital to the task of acquiring the capacity to live together peacefully

Why is the Israeli government so unhappy over the deal while the U.S. shows great interest in reaching a permanent deal with Iran? The answer has more to do with Israel's foreign policy rather than Iran's nuclear program or the deal itself

Mali has been presented to the world as the role model of democracy in West Africa. Praised for its rapid economic growth, relative social stability, mixed with a flourishing democracy. But the truth is that Mali's story is not a happy one at all

Iran went to the polls in 2005 with a very different perspective to the previous elections. Four years later, in 2009, the economic strategies of President Ahmadinejad had left their influences, the economic situation had worsened

It seemed, for a moment, that the stage was set for an intriguing, three-sided, ideological and political battle, but elections are a bit more complicated in Iran

Monday, 15 April 2013 21:07

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Argo tells the story of the escape of six Americans who left the U.S. Embassy in Tehran right before it was overrun, and were offered shelter by Canadian diplomats

Friday, 25 January 2013 16:34


Diary of the first open source cyber-weapon. STUXNET is a computer worm, but many call it the most sophisticated cyber-weapon in the history of the digital world

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