Children of the Iranian Revolution: Photo Exhibit

Readers who will be in Washington anytime between May 14 and July 10 should stop by the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars to check out a photo exhibit called “Children of the Iranian Revolution.” The photographer, Iason Athanasiadis, has been an occasional contributor to World Politics Review. With Iran looming so large in international relations at the moment, it can’t hurt to gain insight into the culture of the 70 percent of the country that is under 30. For a taste of Athanasiadis’ photographic style, check out these three photo essays that he contributed to World Politics Review: Istanbul’s […]

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