Author: Anna Murphy

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A House Warming for Women

The first round of elections for the Majlis, Iran’s national parliament, changed the dynamic for political reformists throughout the country. 83 candidates from The List of Hope — an informal coalition of moderate and reformist candidates — cla...

A House Warming for Women

The first round of elections for the Majlis, Iran’s national parliament, changed the dynamic for political reformists throughout the country. 83 candidates from The List of Hope — an informal coalition of moderate and reformist candidates — cla...

Mixed Signals: Iran and Syria

After more than four years of violence, the Syrian Civil War is as much of a proxy struggle between major international actors as it is an internal conflict. The involvement of external parties — namely Iran, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United St...

Mixed Signals: Iran and Syria

After more than four years of violence, the Syrian Civil War is as much of a proxy struggle between major international actors as it is an internal conflict. The involvement of external parties — namely Iran, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United St...

The Pope Code

Pope Francis has never let language barriers get in his way. Whether he’s conversing in Spanish, giving homilies in Italian, or addressing crowds of followers in English, Argentinian cleric Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who took the title Pope Francis aro...

The Pope Code

Pope Francis has never let language barriers get in his way. Whether he’s conversing in Spanish, giving homilies in Italian, or addressing crowds of followers in English, Argentinian cleric Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who took the title Pope Francis aro...