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Vision

It’s the turn of the century to the year 1400 on the Iranian calendar, and Iran itself may be on the cusp of generational change. Misunderstanding and turmoil continue to color US and Iranian perceptions of each other, which find expression in their policies. At this uncertain time, Iran 1400 Project believes there is a need to foster deeper thought about where Iran has been and where it’s going, and in particular about what Iranians want.

What do Iranians See as a Viable Future?

The intent of Iran 1400 Project is to encourage a conversation, rather than shouting and posturing, among Iranians and interested observers. It’s an attempt to make a constructive contribution to understanding Iran, to educate people broadly about Iran itself and to encourage the Iranian people to reflect on what future they want.

Iran 1400 Project is a not-for-profit endeavor. It has no political aspirations. Its purpose is to build and host this body of knowledge; a mosaic of evaluations of the challenges and the possibilities facing Iran as it stands at the dawn of a new century.

Iran 1400 Project is a not-for-profit endeavor. It has no political aspirations. Its purpose is to build and host this body of knowledge; a mosaic of evaluations of the challenges and the possibilities facing Iran as it stands at the dawn of a new century.

Facts about the project

Articles
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Contributors
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Topics
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Project Advisory Board

Dr Hoda Mahmoudi

Dr Aram Hessami

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The Iran 1400 Project invites scholars, experts, and intellectuals to share their assessment of the evolution of institutions and ideas during the past 100 years to inspire a vision of Iran in the 1400s.

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