Nazila Fathi

Books

An exiled author remembers her dash out of Tehran

When the government of Iran ordered reporters to stop covering protests that rocked the country in 2009, Nazila Fathi said no. But her refusal forced her to flee Iran with her family, and she recounts the turmoil — and her exile — in a new book.

Global Politics

Iran's Currency Woes

Iran's currency plunged again Monday, bringing it to a record low against the dollar. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Iranian journalist Nazila Fathi at Harvard University's Belfer Center to find out what's going on.

Global Politics

Iran's Currency Woes

Iran's currency plunged again Monday, bringing it to a record low against the dollar. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Iranian journalist Nazila Fathi at Harvard University's Belfer Center to find out what's going on.

Books

An exiled author remembers her dash out of Tehran

When the government of Iran ordered reporters to stop covering protests that rocked the country in 2009, Nazila Fathi said no. But her refusal forced her to flee Iran with her family, and she recounts the turmoil — and her exile — in a new book.