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1953 coup d’état 19, 104, 134, 149, 152, 164–165, 169, 180–183
 
Achaemenid Empire 93–94, 99, 101–102
Afghanistan 13, 84, 100, 109–110, 130, 134, 156, 159–161
Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud 20, 125, 155–156, 160, 165–167, 208
Albright, Madeleine 20, 183
Al-e Ahmad, Jalal 105
Al Qaeda 109–110, 134, 160
anger 7, 50, 56, 59–60, 132, 140, 176–183, 194
anxiety 59, 61, 82, 84, 178
Anzaldúa, Gloria 178
Aristotle 58
logos 58
pathos 58–59
Ashura 151, 157–158
axis of evil 20, 131–133
 
Battle of Karbala 96, 151
see also Ashura; Imam Hosayn
Behravesh, Maysam 183
Bhabha, Homi 33, 41n.41–42
Bilgin, Pinar 167, 174n.84
Bleiker, Roland 38n.1, 66
Boroujerdi, Mehrzad 122
Brzezinski, Zbigniew 137
Bush, George H. W. 80
Bush, George W. 20, 36–37, 84, 122, 125, 129, 131–132, 205
 
Campbell, David 11, 21n.14, 39n.4, 52–53, 179
Carter, Jimmy 137, 140, 182–183
Chan, Stephen 62, 83
Chatterjee, Partha 78–79
chemical weapons 16, 108, 152, 166
China 50–51, 85, 128, 132–133
Clinton, Bill 50
Clinton, Hillary 156
Crawford, Neta C. 61
Cyrus the Great 92–94, 104
 
Dabashi, Hamid 98, 150
development 13, 19, 34, 78, 94, 151, 155, 165, 182
modernisation 94, 103, 134–135, 137, 161–162
nuclear 13, 16–17, 128, 137, 161, 170, 205
Pahlavi project of 93–94, 98, 100–106
United States views of 134–136
dialogue of civilizations 20, 205
discourse
Cold War 53, 128–130, 133, 158–159, 179, 188, 193
danger 11, 15, 18, 52–54, 121, 126, 131, 157, 176
East and West 30–33, 128–134, 157–161
gender 5, 62, 163
historical narrative 35–37, 139–142, 164–169
postcolonial 33–35, 134–139, 161–164
Self–Other 28–30, 120–128, 150–157
wound metaphor 6, 139–140, 164–165, 178–180
disrespect 59, 63, 143, 154, 157, 161, 163, 176–177, 180–181, 191, 200–202, 206
Doty, Roxanne Lynn 11, 21n.7, 21.nn12–13, 53
 
empathy 60–61, 194, 202, 206, 208
Eurocentrism 30, 62
 
Farhi, Farideh 101, 112n.10
fear 11, 52–53, 56, 82, 84, 131, 138, 156, 168, 178, 182
Foucault, Michel 94
Fraser, Nancy 62, 64n.6, 70n.120
 
Gellner, Ernest 31
Germany 17, 58, 109
Nazi Germany 58, 94, 103–104, 131
Wilhelmine Germany 50–51
gharbzadegi 105
Great Satan 19–20, 125, 138, 151, 157
Grovogui, Siba 136–137
Gustafsson, Karl 60
 
Honneth, Axel 39n.12, 62, 64n.6, 65n.9, 65n.16
Hostage Crisis 164–165, 169, 179–180, 182, 208–209
humiliation 7, 50, 56–57, 59, 60, 96, 141–142, 152, 165, 169, 176–179, 180–181, 190, 194
Hutchison, Emma 56, 67n.61
 
Imam Hosayn 95–96, 99
India 33–34, 78–79, 153–154, 159, 167–168
intersubjective 4, 6–7, 29–30, 201–202
Iran
culture of 97–98, 100, 104–105, 108
history of 93–97
land 100–102
language 97–100
nationalism 98, 100, 102
national mission of 106–108
Persian Empire 92–94, 100–101, 122–123, 160–161
poetry 98, 100, 121–122
religion of 102–106
Safavid Empire 95, 102
Iranian Revolution 16, 94–95, 158, 181–182, 191
Iran–Iraq War 16, 107, 149, 152, 154, 160, 164, 166, 180
Israel 13, 109, 131, 138, 153, 161, 180
Israel–Palestine conflict 58, 130, 183–184
 
Kerry, John 170, 184–187, 189, 194, 206
Khamenei, Ali 16, 99, 140, 155, 157, 160, 164, 168, 188, 190–192
Khatami, Ahmad 140
Khatami, Mohammad 20, 128, 159, 163–164, 192–193
Khomeini, Ruhollah 16, 19, 96–97, 99, 102, 108–109, 141–142
 
Lindner, Evelin 58
 
Mamdani, Mahmood 182
McMichael, Philip 135, 146n.65
McNay, Lois 62, 64n.6
Menashri, David 104, 113n.37
misrecognition 49–52, 54–57, 59–61, 169–170, 204–206
Moshirzadeh, Homeira 158, 172n.40
Mossadegh, Mohammad 18–19, 104, 134, 149, 152, 180
see also 1953 coup d’état
Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK) 16, 110, 90
 
Neumann, Iver B. 39n.4, 55
Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) 159
Nowruz 144n.10
US Presidential greetings during 122–123
 
Obama, Barack 20, 122, 124–127, 129, 160, 185, 187
Occidentalism 7, 32
Orientalism 7, 30–32, 136–137, 139
 
P5+1 nuclear negotiations 2–3, 15–18, 20, 141, 151, 154, 160, 169–170, 186, 188–189, 204–205, 208
Pahlavi shahs 93–94, 96–97, 101, 105–106, 108, 121, 137, 203
Persepolis 94, 100–101
popular culture 4, 74, 80, 82, 83
postcolonialism see discourse: postcolonial
 
Rafsanjani, Ali-Akbar Hashemi 101, 128, 159, 191
Reagan, Ronald 108, 141
reification 54–55, 61, 194, 202
Reus-Smit, Christian 45, 86n.7
rhetoric 36, 58–59, 80, 120–121, 123, 126, 140, 149, 154–155, 157, 167, 169, 176, 180, 182, 193–194, 206
Ricoeur, Paul 46, 64n.8
Ringmar, Erik 12, 46–47, 49, 54, 62, 126
Rouhani, Hassan 14, 18, 20, 152, 166–167, 184–186, 190–193
 
Said, Edward 30–32, 40n.22
Sartre, Jean-Paul 29–30
Scott, Catherine V. 179, 195n.17
September 11 attack 36, 82, 205
Shi’ism 93, 95–97, 99, 100–102, 104–106, 109, 123, 133–134, 136, 157–159, 161, 183, 203, 207
Social Identity Theory (SIT) 28–29
Soviet Union (USSR) 53, 103, 108, 128–130, 132, 142, 158, 179
Spivak, Gayatri 34, 42n.57
state-as-person metaphor 47–48
subaltern 33–34, 120, 134–137, 149, 161–162, 166–168, 182
 
Third Worldism 107, 151, 157, 168
trauma 49, 54–55, 60, 78, 139, 178, 180
Trump, Donald 3–4, 20, 122, 193, 208
Twitter 184–186, 188–193
 
United States
culture of 80–83
history of 75–78
immigration 80–82
land 74, 76, 78, 80–82
Manifest Destiny 84
national mission 84–85
religion 74, 80–82
USS Vincennes 108
 
Volkan, Vamik 49, 66n.29
see also trauma
 
War on Terror 59, 132, 160
 
Zarif, Mohammad Javad 155, 170, 184–186, 188–190, 206
Zoroastrianism 93
Zuo, Yana 12

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