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Younes Zangiabadi

Younes Zangiabadi is executive vice-president of the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy.

Opinion | BY YOUNES ZANGIABADI | May 27, 2020
Michael Spavor, left, and Michael Kovrig, right, have been detained by Chinese authorities since December 2018. Consular officials haven't been able to access the two Canadians since Jan. 13 and Jan. 14, respectively. Photographs courtesy of Twitter and the International Crisis Group
Opinion | BY YOUNES ZANGIABADI | May 27, 2020
Opinion | BY YOUNES ZANGIABADI | May 27, 2020
Michael Spavor, left, and Michael Kovrig, right, have been detained by Chinese authorities since December 2018. Consular officials haven't been able to access the two Canadians since Jan. 13 and Jan. 14, respectively. Photographs courtesy of Twitter and the International Crisis Group
Opinion | BY YOUNES ZANGIABADI | October 7, 2019
Abbas Mousavi, the Foreign Ministry spokesman, condemned the move, saying that Iran will take action to restore its rights based on international law if Canada fails to revoke the unlawful decisions. In this tense environment, Canada must realize the real risk of getting dragged into the Iran-U.S. confrontation if it does not establish its own channel of communication with the Islamic Republic of Iran. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia
Opinion | BY YOUNES ZANGIABADI | October 7, 2019
Opinion | BY YOUNES ZANGIABADI | October 7, 2019
Abbas Mousavi, the Foreign Ministry spokesman, condemned the move, saying that Iran will take action to restore its rights based on international law if Canada fails to revoke the unlawful decisions. In this tense environment, Canada must realize the real risk of getting dragged into the Iran-U.S. confrontation if it does not establish its own channel of communication with the Islamic Republic of Iran. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia