Dar Sahn

February 12, 2018

Kenya Really Wants Democracy

In 2017, Kenya’s courts made history when they sided with opposition protests concerning flawed election proceedings favoring the incumbent. A new election was called for and held. The court decision was a landmark for the support of democracy. The result of that decision? Well that’s another story…
August 14, 2017

Building’s Collapse Highlights Iran’s Lack of Emergency Preparedness

"We were defeated. We may be good at motivational speeches, but practically the capacity of our Fire Department is limited. We lost 20 of our best firefighters as well as a number of civilians in the disaster."
August 1, 2017

Iran’s City Councils and Power

"If you want to attend a concert you should not live in Mashhad. You can go live in another another city. This is not Kish island. This is Mashhad, a religious city, not a place for entertainment."
July 6, 2017

No Seats for Revolutionary Guard on Tehran’s City Council

Guess who won't have a seat at the table when Tehran's newly elected city council convenes in August?