Iranian hardliners portray the anti-government demonstrations as the work of Western powers and Israel, but reformists and moderates are unwilling to back that argument.
Social media videos showed flames at the house, which was turned into a museum commemorating the 1979 Iranian Revolution's leader Ruhollah Khomeini, with crowds of jubilant protesters marching past.
It's clear that Israel does not want the Iran nuclear deal to be salvaged, but provocations may speed up re-negotiation.
The decision to restore relations with Qatar is a smart one. But can the Saudi crown prince follow through?
The deployment of a US supercarrier to the Arabian gulf sends a message of deterrence to Iran in spite of the risk it incurs.
Iran can capitalise on Soleimani's legacy in the short-term, but the Islamic republic has no replacement on the horizon.
Iran has managed to entrench itself in Syria and is fast becoming an immovable force in the country.
For outsiders, all Shia groups know just one master, Iran, a Shia-majority country. But recent escalations between the two Shia groups disprove that understanding.
Four decades of mistrust between Tehran and Washington isn’t likely to end soon. But it can be managed if mutual diplomacy prevails.
The US and Iran must move past the politics of vengeance and enmity.
Part IV: We Want Equal Rights - this is the fourth in a series of articles that looks at how the Iranian Revolution came to be in 1979, and where it has led Iran over the course of four decades.
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