Yesterday, in full personal turmoil I finished The Book of Fate by Parinoush Saniee. One of the best books I read lately: an incredible story of destiny, courage, pain, love and sacrifice. The book has many hidden messages and gets straight to your heart. Very intense and well-written. No embellishment or fantasy. Realist. Life as … Continue Reading

Catherine Ashton, European Union’s foreign policy chief, was the first to announce on her Twitter account, followed by the Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif, as well on his Twitter account that Iran has reached and agreement with the major world powers (United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, China and Russia) this morning in Geneva regarding Iran’s Nuclear Program. … Continue Reading

This book is about destiny. From an (more than) upper middle class family, ambitious and educated in a strict manner, especially after the death of her highly educated father, son of former consul of Iran in Georgia, Farah Pahlavi is the last wife of the last Shah of Iran. In Memoirs she outlines the previous … Continue Reading