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Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

 

 

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Winter 2010-11

"Featured Fellow: Djavad Salehi-Isfahani"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Meredith Blake and Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

Djavad Salehi-Isfahani is an associate with the Belfer Center's Dubai Initiative and a professor of economics at Virginia Tech. He researches impact on sanctions on Iran as well as the impact of youth unemployment on the Middle East.

 

 

October 30, 2009

Iran: Reform of Energy Subsidies

Journal Article, Monthly Review

By Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

At long last and after decades of talking about doing something about the subsidies, there is a bill before Iran's majlis to target (but not remove) subsidies.† I could not locate the bill itself but my impression is that it only addresses energy subsidies and not other subsidies such as food and medicine.† So far only 5 of the bill's 14 articles have been passed, but the government already has the mandate to raise prices on energy products over the next five years

 

 

AP Photo

September 30, 2009

Iran Sanctions: Who Really Wins?

Op-Ed, The Brookings Institution

By Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

US and Iranian representatives meet this week at a time when trust between the two countries is at a low ebb following the revelation last week of a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear facility under construction and the test firing of Iran's long-range missiles on September 28. Meanwhile, the Obama administration's policy of engagement with Iran has emerged as little more than the old policy of "carrots and sticks."

 

Winter 2010-11

"Featured Fellow: Djavad Salehi-Isfahani"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Meredith Blake and Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

Djavad Salehi-Isfahani is an associate with the Belfer Center's Dubai Initiative and a professor of economics at Virginia Tech. He researches impact on sanctions on Iran as well as the impact of youth unemployment on the Middle East.

 

Winter 2010-11

"Featured Fellow: Djavad Salehi-Isfahani"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Meredith Blake and Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

Djavad Salehi-Isfahani is an associate with the Belfer Center's Dubai Initiative and a professor of economics at Virginia Tech. He researches impact on sanctions on Iran as well as the impact of youth unemployment on the Middle East.

 

Winter 2010-11

"Featured Fellow: Djavad Salehi-Isfahani"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Meredith Blake and Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

Djavad Salehi-Isfahani is an associate with the Belfer Center's Dubai Initiative and a professor of economics at Virginia Tech. He researches impact on sanctions on Iran as well as the impact of youth unemployment on the Middle East.

 

AP Photo

September 30, 2009

Iran Sanctions: Who Really Wins?

Op-Ed, The Brookings Institution

By Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

US and Iranian representatives meet this week at a time when trust between the two countries is at a low ebb following the revelation last week of a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear facility under construction and the test firing of Iran's long-range missiles on September 28. Meanwhile, the Obama administration's policy of engagement with Iran has emerged as little more than the old policy of "carrots and sticks."

 

AP Photo

September 30, 2009

Iran Sanctions: Who Really Wins?

Op-Ed, The Brookings Institution

By Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

US and Iranian representatives meet this week at a time when trust between the two countries is at a low ebb following the revelation last week of a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear facility under construction and the test firing of Iran's long-range missiles on September 28. Meanwhile, the Obama administration's policy of engagement with Iran has emerged as little more than the old policy of "carrots and sticks."

 

AP Photo

September 30, 2009

Iran Sanctions: Who Really Wins?

Op-Ed, The Brookings Institution

By Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

US and Iranian representatives meet this week at a time when trust between the two countries is at a low ebb following the revelation last week of a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear facility under construction and the test firing of Iran's long-range missiles on September 28. Meanwhile, the Obama administration's policy of engagement with Iran has emerged as little more than the old policy of "carrots and sticks."

 

AP Photo

September 30, 2009

Iran Sanctions: Who Really Wins?

Op-Ed, The Brookings Institution

By Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar (Fall 2013), Middle East Initiative

US and Iranian representatives meet this week at a time when trust between the two countries is at a low ebb following the revelation last week of a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear facility under construction and the test firing of Iran's long-range missiles on September 28. Meanwhile, the Obama administration's policy of engagement with Iran has emerged as little more than the old policy of "carrots and sticks."

 

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