Iran Naming Dispute
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- Strained Alliances: Iran's troubled relations to Aghanistan and
- Iran since the mid 1990s and is the author of Drugs, Deviancy and .. naming Pakistan as its closest non-NATO ally, even though Pakistan continued to ..
- IRAN TASK FORCE
- Seventeen months after disputed presidential elections, the. Iranian government .. referred to Iran by its formal name, the Islamic Republic of.
- Legalized Dispute Resolution: Interstate and Transnational
- Interstate dispute resolution is consistent with the view that public international . impartial and autonomous process of naming judges. Judges may be ..
- Immunity for Torture: Lessons from Bouzari v. Iran
- Iran in which sovereign immunity barred recovery against a foreign state for .. system of dispute resolution, and fundamental principles of sovereign equality. 33 ..
- Iran: From protest to prison - Amnesty International
- Cover photo: Demonstration in tehran following the disputed .. Maziar Bahari, Iranian-Canadian journalist, after his release from four months of ...
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- The Ancestors of the Persians
- Opponents claimed that this act brought cultural damage to the country and separated Iran from its past in the West (see Iran naming dispute). The name Iran means “Land of the Aryans”.
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- Name of Iran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In the Western world, Persia (or its cognates) was historically the common name for Iran.
- Iran - Crystalinks
- See also: Iran naming dispute. Iran traces its national origin to Persia, an empire that emerged in the 6th century BC under the Achaemenid dynasty.
- Why is Persia now called Iran?
- claimed that this act brought cultural damage to the country and separated Iran from its past in the West (see Iran naming dispute).
- Middle East (Iran): Etymology
- Mar 5, 2007 (see Iran naming dispute).
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