As confrontation over Iran’s nuclear ambitions continues to fester, the complex sources of this crisis remain poorly appreciated. Iran’s nuclear aims, and international resistance to them, emerge from the convergence of several unique historical and contemporary forces. A peaceful resolution depends on taking the full breadth of these circumstances into account.

This blog is run by Kentaro Ide, former Managing Editor of Iran in the World, a program developed at the Simons Centre for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Research at the University of British Columbia. Regular updates of the blog have ended, but the content will remain online as an archive of important news events and analyses published between April 2009 and July 2010.

Questions? Comments? Please feel free to leave a message on any of our posts, or contact Kentaro Ide at ide.kentaro@gmail.com.

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