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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mohammad Marandi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mohammad Marandi, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mohammad Marandi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mohammad Marandi, often where they are interviewed.

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SUNDAY WIRE: Episode #336 ‘Beirut’s Eruption’ with guest Mohammad Marandi and more

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This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE on ACR with host Patrick Henningsen covering the top stories in the US, Europe and internationally. The US Presidential Election is finally beginning to show signs of life, as Joe Biden emerges from the shadows, threatening to begin campaigning in public and maybe picking his Vice President this week. Also, some US states are implementing disturbing new “COVID Laws” which may not be be legal. In the first hour we with connect with political scientist from the University of Tehran, Dr. Mohammad Marandi, to discuss the recent Beirut Blast tragedy, what it means, who might be responsible and how this event will reshape the country’s politics – and indeed the Middle East’s agenda going forward. Later in the second hour we’ll be joined by the Sunday Wire’s roving correspondent for culture & sport, Basil Valentine for more on the painful trials and tribulations of lockdown Britain. All this and much, more. Enjoy the show…

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Aug 09 2020 · 1hr 51mins
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Dr. Mohammad Marandi: "Trump is Provoking Iranians" With New Threats

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In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Dr. Seyed Mohammad Marandi, Professor of English Literature and Orientalism at the University of Tehran, to talk about why President Trump's new promise to "shoot down" Iranian naval vessels may be an empty threat intended to distract from his failed COVID-19 response, why such an escalation would almost certainly result in massive retaliation against the US military and its allied Gulf state monarchies, and how the Iranian healthcare sector has managed overcome the deadly American sanctions regime and offer a significantly more effective response to the coronavirus than the US.
Apr 22 2020 · 19mins
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INTERVIEW: Mohammad Marandi on America's Miscalculation on Iran

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We spoke with special guest, Iranian political and global affairs analyst from the University of Tehran, Dr. Mohammad Marandi, to discuss what really happened between the US and Iran, and how these events will affect East-West international relations and diplomacy going forward. Time and time again, Washington has misread and miscalculated Iran and other countries in the region, leading to a string of foreign policy failures.

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Jan 18 2020 · 10mins
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SUNDAY WIRE: Episode #310 ‘US vs Iran and the World’ guests Dr. Mohammad Marandi, Robert Inlakesh and more

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This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE on ACR with host Patrick Henningsen covering the top stories in the US, Europe and Internationally. This week past week has been historic to say the least, with the United States and Iran locked into a dangerous military standoff amounting to the sum of all fear – an escalation towards a multinational or world war. In the end, Trump stood down in the face of retaliatory threats from Iran and its allies, but the story is far from over. Events later took another turn when it was revealed that Iranian air defenses accidentally shot down Ukrainian Airways Flight 572 after take off from Tehran International Airport. In the first hour, we’ll talk with special guest, Iranian political and global affairs analyst from the University of Tehran, Dr. Mohammad Marandi, to discuss what happened and how these events will affect East-West international relations and diplomacy going forward. We’ll also connect with Press TV correspondent Robert Inlakesh to talk about how all of this is shaping regional strategy between the US, its allies, and the Axis of Resistance, and also how Israel is reacting to recent events. In the final segment of overdrive, we’ll connected with the SUNDAY WIRE’s Roving Correspondent for Culture & Sport, Basil Valentine for his take on this week’s incredible events, and also for an inside track on the apparent ‘break-up’ of the British Royal Family. How did this happen, and how will it effect UK politics? All this and much more. Enjoy the show…

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The Sunday Wire with Patrick Henningsen broadcasts LIVE on Alternate Current Radio SUNDAY 5pm-8pm UK Time, 12pm-3pm EST (US), 9am-12pm PST (US) at http://alternatecurrentradio.com and http://thesundaywire.com

Jan 12 2020 · 2hr 18mins
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S7: Episode 1 - Mohammad Marandi

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For the first interview of 2020, Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola are joined by Mohammad Marandi, a Tehran University professor in Iran. We start the interview with Mohammad sharing his thoughts about the Iranian response to the U.S. assassination of Iran General Qassim Soleimani. Mohammad describes why Soleimani was and is so revered by Iranians. He talks about the critical role Soleimani played in ensuring the Islamic State did not seize control of Baghdad, Iraq, as well as Damascus, Syria. Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, a commander of the Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq, was assassinated in the same strike that killed Soleimani. His assassination received minimal attention in the press. Mohammad talks about Muhandis and what he did for the people of Iraq. Later in the show, Mohammad recalls volunteering at the age of 16 to fight in the Iran-Iraq War. He also discusses the impact of economic sanctions, as well as how the "Resistance Axis" in the Middle East appears to grow stronger with each act of war launched by President Donald Trump's administration.
Jan 12 2020 · 44mins
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Amanpour: David Urban, Mohammad Marandi, Antony Blinken and Mina Al-Oraibi

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David Urban, corporate lobbyist and Trump's campaign strategist, joins Christiane Amanpour to give his analysis of the President's address to the nation after Iran's retaliatory airstrike on U.S. coalition air bases in Iraq. Mohammad Marandi, chair of American Studies at the University of Tehran, gives his view from Tehran; he assesses the proportionality of this strike as well as the rhetoric coming from the two leaders of the hostile nations. Antony Blinken, former U.S. Deputy National Security Adviser, discusses how President Trump has seemingly stepped back from further military confrontation whilst at the same time still fervently criticizing the Iran nuclear deal. Mina Al-Oraibi, editor-in-chief at The National, also weighs in about the impact this will have on the Persian Gulf states who are very dependent on America's military presence in the region. She unpacks Trump's desire for NATO to take on some of that burden.

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Jan 08 2020 · 56mins
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Amanpour: Mohammad Marandi, Chris Murphy, Ayad Allawi, Stephen Hadley and Tim Flannery

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Mohammad Marandi, chair of American studies at the University of Tehran, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the shocking targeted strike on one of Iran's top generals, Qasem Soleimani. He was killed in an U.S. airstrike whilst he was visiting Iraq and it has prompted both celebration and deep concern for how this will impact the already tense relations between the two nations. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy explains why this violates congressional rules and procedures and how the House plan to stop what they see as President Trump waging an undemocratic war in Iran. Ayad Allawi, the former Prime Minister of Iraq, reflects on the fact this controversial and deadly airstrike occurred on his country's soil. In response, Iraq voted to expel U.S. forces and President Trump is threatening sanctions if they make good on their word. Allawi digs down into what he sees are the next steps for the players involved. Stephen Hadley, former U.S. National Security Advisor, unpacks the strength of the evidence for Soleimani's killing. Lastly, Tim Flannery, the man at the helm of Climate Council Australia, talks passionately about the devastating fires that are consuming Australia killing millions of animals in its wake. He explains about the science and policy that is causing this crisis.

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Jan 06 2020 · 56mins
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Professor Mohammad Marandi – Tehran University, Iran

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When Iran’s President Rouhani was convincingly re-elected last year, Iranians seemed hopeful their living standards might improve. However, inflation, poverty, water shortages and corruption are all things that appear to be getting worse. Now, Iran is again facing US sanctions after President Trump walked away from the nuclear deal with Tehran. Stephen Sackur speaks to Iranian political analyst and erstwhile nuclear talks adviser Mohamed Marandi. Is Iran on the brink of an economic and political crisis?
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Aug 15 2018 · 23mins