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Negar Azimi

Negar Azimi is senior editor at Bidoun, an arts and culture magazine based in New York.

  • History February 11, 2009

    States of Mind: The Idea of Iran

    Thirty years after the Islamic revolution, Iran teeters on the brink of a different kind of revolt. Four books shed light on an ancient nation's many incarnations.

    Negar Azimi

  • Foreign Policy December 13, 2007

    GWOT: Egypt

    America's "war on terror" has strengthened Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's stranglehold on civil liberties.

    Negar Azimi

  • Internet and New Media February 6, 2007

    Bloggers Against Torture

    In Egypt, bloggers have cracked into a tightly sealed state monopoly on information dissemination.

    Negar Azimi

  • Foreign Policy November 2, 2006

    What’s Left of Reform

    As Iran and the United States trade insults and America presses for Iranians to rise up, educators, students and women's rights groups may pay the greatest cost.

    Negar Azimi

  • Regions and Countries January 13, 2006

    Adrift in Egypt

    A brutal raid on an encampment of refugees in Cairo has focused the world's attention on the netherworld Sudanese occupy in Egypt.

    Negar Azimi

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  • Regions and Countries September 29, 2005

    Letter From Iran

    While his ideological style may be rough, is Iran's newly elected President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the fire-breathing conservative that the mainstream Western media makes of him?

    Negar Azimi