ExpertiseDemocracy and Political Participation
Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration
International Security, Terrorism
Sexual Violence in Conflict
Women on the Brink, Azadeh Moaveni reports from the Polish border London Review of Books May 2022
Iran and the US: When friends fall out Middle East Eye April 1, 2022
Another deeply gendered war is being waged in Ukraine Oped Al Jazeera Mar 15, 2022
The big idea: can foreign policy be feminist ? The Guardian Feb 7, 2022
How sanctions hurt Iranian women New York Times Oped Mar 27, 2021
Why do British Muslims become jihadists? Prospect Jun 7, 2020
The Day After War Begins in Iran New York Times Oped Jan 6, 2020
End US sanctions against Iran so that we can fight coronavirus with all our might The Guardian Oped Mar 21, 2020
Telling the tales of the women of IS group France24 TV Oct. 10, 2019
Azadeh Moaveni (@AzadehMoaveni) is Senior Gender Analyst at the International Crisis Group. She is the author of Guest House for Young Widows and Lipstick Jihad, Honeymoon in Tehran, and co-author, with Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi, of Iran Awakening. Her expertise includes Iran and Iranian society, Islamic State (Isis), Islamic society, and Middle East politics.
She has reported on women and ISIS for The New York Times. She was Middle East correspondent for a decade for Time magazine and the Los Angeles Times, and lectures on journalism at New York University, London.