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This report offers a comprehensive overview of Iran’s engagements with internet governance issues by tracking Iran’s public statements at internet governance forums, studying its delegations to international events, and comparing its international policy stances against its domestic practices.
The report also examines the Iranian public’s engagement with internet governance issues, and the state of multistakeholderism in Iran. It achieves this by monitoring Iranian press coverage of internet governance debates and appraising Iran’s emerging domestic multistakeholder initiatives.
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Marchant, James and Robertson, Bronwen. (2015). Chaos & Control: The Competing Tensions of Internet Governance in Iran. Internet Policy Observatory.
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Date Posted: 06 February 2017