Life in Iran goes on with gusto, more normal, diverse and unrestricted than outsiders imagine.
Tomorrow morning in the Sun
The war between Iran and Iraq is over, but daily life is a war of nerves.
Eleven years after the revolution, antipathy toward America and insistence on the veil are the twin pillars of the Islamic Republic, yet much that is Western persists in Iran.
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini shaped the values of the revolutionary republic; now his successors seek to come to terms with those values.