Mohammad Maljoo

Bio: 

Mohammad Maljoo is a Tehran-based independent researcher.


Articles by this Author
Worker Protest in the Age of Ahmadinejad

In June 2005, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unexpectedly won the presidency of the Islamic Republic of Iran, after an intense campaign in which he exerted great effort to present himself as the defender of the poor and the working class. These classes,...

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Paradox and Possibility in Iran's Presidential Election

The Green Movement Awaits an Invisible Hand

It is the custom of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, to devise a name for each Persian new year when it arrives. On Nowruz of the Persian year 1388, which fell in March 2009 Gregorian time, he...

Whither Iranian Petrochemical Labor?

On November 4, 2012, there were two snapshots of a deeply unequal struggle between labor and capital in Iran—a struggle that had begun two years earlier with a strike of temporary workers at the Mahshahr Petrochemical Complex. In Mahshahr,...

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